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My Blended Family Busts the Absent Black Father Myth

A conversation with my dad and stepdad about the keys to positive parenting

Photo: Olof Nyman/Pexels.com

The landscape of the modern American family has changed over the past few decades. Family structures as a whole have become more fluid and unique; finally, unconventional types are becoming more universally acknowledged and accepted.

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Joshua Dairen

Joshua Dairen

A writer and singer-songwriter centered around perspective and diversity. Words found on Medium’s Level and Marker. Follow me @JoshuaDairen on Twitter and IG.

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