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Even today, when a father is alone to look after his children, his friends, family, or colleagues may wonder if he will be able to cope. The stereotype of the father unable to feed or care for his children is still anchored in the collective memory. But is it justified? In this video of "Rufo says too much" produced by Milan Press, we asked Marcel Rufo, a child psychiatrist, to tell us about the benefits of having a dad who keeps his child alone.
Other videos of Marcel Rufo:
> What is the ideal age gap for having a second child?
> Is it possible to love one's children in the same way?
> How to talk about death to children?
> Why sing lullabies?
> Why does my child become modest?
> Is my child late or early on learning?
> Should we protect children from fear?
> Will my capricious child make a big teenage crisis?
Production : Jacques Azam
Montage: Milan Press
Production : Marcel Rufo