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Aged five: What Are Dads For?
What impact can a dad's presence - or absence - have on a child's development?
Helena had been the centre of her parents' world since her premature birth at 24 weeks. But all that was about to change because her mum was expecting another baby. The birth of a sibling can be stressful for firstborn children. How would Helena cope and would her dad, Barry, be able to help her through this challenging time?
Nathan with his dad Richard and sister Joy
Parys's dad had never been part of his life, but he had an intense relationship with his mum, Alison, who'd been disabled since birth. Recently, there'd been a high turnover in Alison's carers and the inconsistency was making Parys unhappy. What would the long-term consequences be for him?
Charlotte G's parents split up when she was six months old and she'd lived with her mum, Emma, ever since. Charlotte did see her dad, Paul, in the beginning but he was now being refused access. We asked if it was possible to 'remove' a dad from a child's life.
Charlotte L's parents, Jacqui and Richard, were separated. She lived with her mum and saw her dad twice a week. What did Charlotte understand about the family breakdown, and how would it affect her relationship with her dad?
Nathan's parents, Richard and Ruth, set out to raise their children in an untraditional way. Childcare was shared, Richard worked from home and vegetarianism was the norm. But as Richard's career took off, he struggled with the amount of time he could spend with Nathan. He was facing one of the dilemmas of modern fatherhood - balancing the roles of provider and carer.
Rubin lived with his stepdad but saw his biological father, Ian, every six weeks. Ian hadn't expected to be a dad and didn't have contact from the beginning. What kind of relationship could he have as a part-time dad?
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