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Post time 2017-4-17 14:12:09 |Display all floors
It is traditionally believed that women shoulder most or all of the day-to-day responsibilities for raising a child. So  some Chinese fathers are often absent from their kids' upbringing and education. Everything concerning raising a kid disproportionately falls on Mom's shoulder. Is it okay for fathers to shirk their parenting responsibilities?

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Post time 2017-4-18 05:24:39 |Display all floors
What does this have to do with widows?

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Post time 2017-4-19 01:39:59 |Display all floors
Perhaps the headline should be reconsidered. There is a big difference between 'a father's shirking responsibility' and a woman forced to take care of her child due to husband's demise.

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Post time 2017-4-19 06:19:41 |Display all floors
A child needs a mother more than a father. The father is only a provider but the mother provides the natural bond of a mother.

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Post time 2017-4-19 06:38:10 |Display all floors
What has a father's co-responsibility for bringing up his child to do with WIDOWED so-called "parenting"???

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As long the father is reeling in the money to live from by being absent to work it’s the plight of the mother to care for the children and to have dinner ready when daddy comes home from work.
A cold beer served simultaneously works wonders for the harmony for two tiered Parents after work.
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