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  • ‘Don Draper got it right’ and other fatherhood wisdom from Adam Carolla

    Men's Health - 05/27/2015

    MH: There’s a recent study out of Northeastern University in Boston, looking at how fathers interact with their kids. They found that when dads spent more time with their children, they were less stressed about their jobs and less inclined to want to quit.

    AC: Okay.

    MH: Jamie Ladge, one of the professors who co-authored the study, said that we need to stop “promoting ideals based on outdated gender norms” and for fathers to start thinking about parenthood as a “time-consuming activity.” It doesn’t seem like you agree with this idea at all.

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