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Where Are the Fathers of Autistic Children?

For the last two years, I have been immersing myself in the research on autism.  One area of interest to me is what research can tell us about the role of fathers in raising children with autism.  A few observations: … Continue reading

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Superdads?

Way back when, my oldest daughter Katie nominated me for The Baltimore Sun’s  “Father of the Year” award.  I was fortunate to win this award, and I am sure it had something to do with my daughter’s creative and persuasive … Continue reading

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Work/Family Balance: Having It All (Part Three)

In recent weeks, there has been a lot of talk about whether we can “have it all.”  For some, this discussion has revolved around being a wife and mother, maintaining a family, and meeting the expectations of a demanding, well-paying … Continue reading

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Work/Family Balance: A Male Perspective

Recently, the media has been full of stories about the struggle to balance work and family, and whether women can have it all.  Anne-Marie Slaughter restarted this discussion with her article, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All.”  Then, a … Continue reading

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