Rev. Paul Sullins , research professor of sociology, was quoted in a Washington Times story on fatherhood. See below.

Fatherhood changes men for the better: study

From: Washington Times Date: June 18, 2015 Author: Cheryl Wetzstein


"The reason parents improve in lots of ways when a child comes is because we human beings are made to sacrifice - to live for the sake of someone else and not to live for the sake of ourselves, and a child calls us far [beyond] ourselves to serve the interest and needs of someone else," said Mr. Sullins.

In other words, "the man who chooses to raise and father a child will find out that the child is also raising him, making him grow up and be more of a man than he would have been otherwise," he said.


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