- Posted by Mary's Advocates
- On May 22, 2018
Forcibly removing children from the natural every-day interaction with either parent is child abuse. Most no-fault divorces are sought by women against men for soft reasons – like feeling emotionally distant, or falling out of love, etc. There is no abuse or danger in these marriages, but the no-fault divorce lawyers earn their income by convincing these women that they have the right to divorce.
Consequently, millions of children lose natural everyday interaction with Dad. Even if courts give Dad every other weekend, that is still an abomination against nature. For a Dad who has done nothing grave to justify separation of spouses, he has a fundamental right to everyday access to his children. Children have the fundamental right to have access to Dad too.
This video clip shows Warren Farrell, the author of the new book, “The Boy Crisis: Why Our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It” as he was interviewed by Dr. Jordan Peterson on May 16. See full clip on Jordon Peterson’s YouTube channel, “Dose of Truth,” here:
“I began looking at boys and girls growing up in (quote) good neighborhoods with (quote) good schools, and comparing them with boys and girls growing up in poorer neighborhoods and poor schools and found that the the boys and girls growing up in good neighborhoods with good schools that did not have significant father involvement did about the same as boys and girls growing up in poor neighborhoods and poor schools that did have father involvement. That father-involvement was really as good a predictor of success as the quality of the school system – the quality of the neighborhood and the socioeconomic class.
“And this is what’s lead to the psychologists gathering together behind people like Warshak [Divorce Poison] – 100 psychologists and researchers saying — you know, this is not a correlation: The Involvement of Fathers. This is not a matter of socioeconomic issues. This is a matter of actual fathers’ involvement, especially the biological father’s involvement actually makes a significant difference.
“WE HAVE BEEN WRONG about the assumption that this was probably just a correlation. The more I looked, the more I found every nightmare of a parent was increased when there was not a lot of father involvement.”