Tahanto Regional Middle/High School’s school psychologist, Jake Milano, recently began a new fathers’ group at the school with one aim: to provide a nonjudgmental platform for local fathers to share ideas. Milano stresses in the group meetings that the fathering role is not peripheral but is essential to how children develop.
By Matt Gunderson| Globe Correspondent March 17, 2013
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