Category Archives: Fatherhood

Law school: another way to fight

I am a JD (Juris Doctor, law degree) candidate at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. I started there this August. It has been an amazing experience. My main “doctrinal” courses (required, no electives in “1L” year) are Civil Procedure, … Continue reading

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Introduction and Welcome

My name is David Robins. In March 2018, my wife Honey Robins ran off with our seven-month old son David Geoffrey, removing him from our home in Indiana and taking him to live with her parents in West Virginia, and … Continue reading

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Effects of a “Father-Absent” Home

Some chilling statistics about children deprived of their fathers, as my son has been for several years completely and still is most of the time, although I finally got some limited access in August 2020. From the National Fatherhood Initiative.

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