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Big Boys Don't Cry: At least on the outside By Robert Naseef, Ph.D.

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Boys Donít Cry: So whatís a man to do? by Robert Naseef, Ph.D.

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Dads take a role in their kids' schools - Armed with a telephone, Jay Kaliski managed to start a small revolution at Birmingham's Covington 3-8 School five years ago. Kaliski, the father of two boys, wanted to try to get fathers more involved in their children's school, but knew that traditionally moms shouldered that responsibility. "Ways for parents to support the school were already there. I could tell dads wanted to participate, but didn't know how," he said. So with a list of parents' names and phone numbers, Kaliski called all 450 households to invite fathers to help create a support and fund-raising group.orgposed solely of men, by Sam Tr.orgo

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Dads share triumphs, woes of their special-needs kids - At 18 months, Erik Perales shut out his father. Then Rudy Perales shut out his son. For months the 39-year-old state worker avoided Erik, as if leaving the room could somehow slam the door on his grief, calm his rage, soothe his guilt, quiet the chatter from well-meaning but clueless friends and relatives. As if it could erase the autism that turned a once-vibrant toddler into a quiet, aloof and oddly disconnected little boy, by Shirleen Holt

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Father's appeal for disabled Tsunami survivors - A father and business leader who had family caught up in the Asian tsunami has appealed for help with "forgotten" disabled survivors of the disaster. Sri Lankan Ivan Corea, 47, from Buckhurst Hill, runs the Dream Harvest training and development college, in the Broadway, Stratford.  His son Charin, eight, suffers autism and both he and wife Charika have been active campaigners in helping similar affected youngsters in Sri Lanka and Britain over the last few years. He is chairman of the UK Autism Awareness Campaign by the Guardian

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Fathers Day 2000 

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Father navigates new world in understanding autism by Carolyn See

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How Does A Parent Successfully Raise A Child With A Mental Disorder? by Eric Sewell [Don't let the title fool you.  This is written by an AS father]

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Lost Boys - Autism and My Son - They used to be thought of as loners, misfits, even geniuses. Now they're being labeled "autistic." But here's the scary part: The diagnosis may boil down to an excess of maleness By Lou Schuler / Menís Health 9/2004

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What's A Dad Worth by Dan Coulter

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"We each have our own way of living in the world, together we are like a symphony.
Some are the melody, some are the rhythm, some are the harmony
It all blends together, we are like a symphony, and each part is crucial.
We all contribute to the song of life."
...Sondra Williams

We might not always agree; but TOGETHER we will make a difference.

 

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