‘Dad Shaming’ Is Real, Survey Shows
expectations and consequences,” said survey co-director Sarah Clark, of the University of Michigan.
That could prove problematic for families, Clark said.
“Inconsistency between parents in responding to a child’s behavior can send mixed messages to the child, and result in conflict and criticism between parents,” she explained in a university news release.
The next big topic for dad shaming involved the kinds of food men gave their kids (40% of critiques).
Not paying enough attention to the children was also an issue of contention, as was the accusation that