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Gdy odkryliśmy tę magię, stworzyliśmy Klimaty Południa, by dzielić się z Państwem naszą wiedzą i pasją.Zarówno mroźną zimą, w przytulnym wnętrzu przy rozpalonym kominku, jaki i gorącym latem na spokojnym tarasie pośród prowansalskich ziół i dojrzewającej winorośli, oferujemy państwu wyjątkowe chwile przy oryginalnych winach, lokalnych piwach i smacznym jedzeniu.KLIMATY POŁUDNIA TO MAGICZNE MIEJSCE DLA MIŁOŚNIKÓW WINA.The Australian, 2003-05-07, by Janet Albrechtsen In the photograph, the father is holding a tiny baby, a few weeks old, maybe less. In Australia upwards of 1 million children live separate from their fathers. That photo of my father is on my fridge as a daily reminder of his love. So often the deep bond between father and child goes unnoticed. How else do you explain a society where fatherlessness is so common?Voices would be raised, forums convened, radical solutions pushed. Yesterday, high- profile American feminist and author Naomi Wolf was in Melbourne to give the motherhood cause a kick along at a forum with Sex Discrimination Commissioner Pru Goward.
As the hype around Wolf shows, motherhood and its woes are fashionable.
And we're moving in a forward direction trying to make it easier for mothers.
I didn't notice how much love was in that photo until I had a child.
More than one third of children who still see their dads never spend the night with him. It's the whole bedevilling, demanding, riveting and privileged experience of raising children.
These children and their fathers never experience typical family life together - being kissed goodnight, waking up together, starting the day over breakfast, being more than a "visitor" in each other's lives. Given the chance, most fathers are eager to embrace that because, like mothers, fathers have the same need to be with and near their child.
These are the distressing findings of Bruce Smyth and Anna Ferro, from the Australian Institute of Family Studies. Imagine if 1 million Australian children lived apart from their mothers, and study after study showed that these children were generally worse off than those who enjoyed meaningful relationships with both parents.