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Jay Deitcher

Jay Deitcher is a writer, stay-at-home dad and licensed clinical social worker with over a decade of experience as a therapist for children with behavioral and special education needs. His writing has appeared in The Washington Post, Esquire, The Cut and more.

Jay Deitcher is a writer, stay-at-home dad and licensed clinical social worker with over a decade of experience as a therapist for children with behavioral and special education needs. His writing has appeared in The Washington Post, Esquire, The Cut and more.

Latest from Jay Deitcher

524d ago

I’m a stay-at-home dad. It took me a while to feel confident saying that

When I became our son’s primary caregiver, I struggled with how society viewed me — and how I viewed myself.
762d ago

I wanted my son to reject masculine stereotypes. Then he fell in love with tractors

After turning 2 years old, my son, Avishai, started demanding that he only wear tractor shirts, and my mind spiraled into darkness.