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
Dr. Coleman has the power to single handedly slow down the rate of divorce. —
Dr. Coleman was invited to give a talk to the faculty and students on Dual-Career Couples at Harvard. He discussed his clinical experience working with dual-career couples and also what research tells us about how couples and their children can benefit from sharing financial and household responsibilities.
TALK OF THE NATION: How is women’s increased economic and educational power changing the family?
Tom Ashbrook interviewed Dr Coleman and NYU Sociologist Kathleen Gerson on “Women Bringing Home the Bacon”
“Today, men need their wives’ income,” says Joshua Coleman, a psychologist in San Francisco who wrote “The Lazy Husband: How to Get Men to Do More Parenting and Housework.” “There is an issue for men of: ‘What is my value here if I’m not bringing in money? I understand you want a communicative, empathic guy who does housework and parenting, but how much pride can I take in that?’ ”
Listen to Grandma in the House
Guests Dr. Joshua Coleman and historian Stephanie Coontz author of Marriage: A History and The Way We Never Were.
In more and more American homes, grandparents are helping parents raise kids – often under one roof. This hour, On Point: when the in-laws, the grandparents, move in.