Well, I suppose you could MAKE it political, but it isn’t overtly political.
HOW COUPLES MANAGE PARENTING FORECASTS LATER MARITAL QUALITY, STUDY FINDS
The results suggest that programs for parents-to-be should devote attention to how they will coparent together, Schoppe-Sullivan said.
“Parents need to be sure they are consistent in their parenting values, beliefs and attitudes, and expectations about how they will divide responsibilities,” she said.
“They also need to be aware of the subtle ways in which they can undermine each other’s parenting, and how their relationship as parents can affect their relationship as a couple.”
The article isn’t earthshaking as far as I’m concerned, but it was fairly interesting — especially the examples of supportive and undermining coparenting.