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Mark MacDonald is a psychiatrist in Los Angeles.
In our conversation, Mark touches on
- a mother and a father being critical;
- gay and single parents;
- children versus video games, drugs, and gangs;
- women failing at being both career-and-family driven; and
- prioritising family over income.
As he points out, there are exceptions, but it’s important to remember that exceptions are not the rule.
Whether we like it or not, the traditional family matters.
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