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A mother and son talk about estrangement from each of their perspectives. Dr. Coleman is then interviewed by Savannah Guthrie
Shifting Roles During the Economic Downturn
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Tagged anxiety, arguments, changing roles, communication, conflict resolution, depressed mothers, Economic Downturn, effect on masculinity, effect on the family, fathers, gender, housework, lazy husband, Marriage, masculinity, men and housework, recession, resolving conflicts, worry about child
You get married. And at some point you don’t know if the marriage is going to work. And since it’s your first marriage, you feel discouraged and hopeless and start believing that your marriage looks nothing like the ones on TV or in US magazine. And you think how nice it would be to have […]
Dr. Coleman was asked by CNN.com to write a piece about the parents of Jared Loughner and other parents who have had similar kinds of struggles. Here it is: What if he were your kid? You wouldn’t raise that kind of kid. You’d know the signs and get help. You’d have spotted it early on […]
Holiday gatherings are supposed to be a time to eat heartily and bask in the presence of our loved ones. So why do many of us leave the table feeling empty?
Dr. Coleman was interviewed by journalist Catherine Saint Louis for an article on the ways that social media complicates estrangement. To read the article go here
AARP The Stranger in Your Family Dr. Coleman was interviewed in a recent AARP article by Meredith Maran on parental estrangement. To read the whole article go here: The Stranger in Your Family
Boomer Grandparenting on PBS: Life Part 2
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Tagged anxiety, boomer grandparents, can't see the grandkids, depressed mothers, depression, difficult daughter-in-law, divorced fathers, divorced mothers, parental alienation, Parental Estrangement, PAS, worry about child
Charlie Gibson of Good Morning America interviews Dr Joshua Coleman on Men, Housework, and Parenting