Wheelers Hill father Sam Katakouzinos and his son Liam, 7years spend special times together. Picture: Janine Eastgate Herald Sun
MEN who don't see their children much can still be terrific fathers, a new survey has found.
The study from the Parenting Research Centre has found it is the quality of the relationship that matters, not the amount of time spent together.
Academic Nina Lucas and her team examined the wellbeing of 302 eight- and nine-year-old children with a non-resident father.
They found dads are important, whether they live with their children or not.