Dating Violence and Family Courts

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October 17, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization

The latest news out of Canada is that girls are more likely than boys to physically abuse a dating partner.  That’s news of course only because the survey was recently conducted.  But the fact that girls are more likely than boys to be violent toward a date has been known for decades.

Here’s one article on the Canadian survey (PJ Media, 10/7/18).  In it, the august Warren Farrell recalls his research for one of his books published in the 90s.

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Texas CPS Drops Appeal in Mason Bright Case

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Minnesota: Anti-Shared Parenting Forces Still Have Nothing to Say

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Minnesota: Fit Father Shoved to the Sidelines

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