going above and beyond
- Feb 19, 2001
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[QUOTE="shaka64, post: 861628, member: 13428"
I talk about this subject with many angry young men all the time. They say: My mom did it all alone. We struggled because he wasn’t around I hate him because…because…because.
I say to them if you are mad with him your mom had a big part in this situation. YOUR MOM CHOSE HIM TO BE YOUR FATHER PERIOD. GOOD LOOKING OUT MOM.
Additionally PEOPLE, isn't it a fact that some people are fatherless by choice, in that undeniably they couldn’t have done anything about their mother blocking their father’s access while they were children, however once they are adult and aware of their father’s whereabouts and contact; isn’t the choice actually their’s as to whether they want contact or not, in that aren’t they free to associate with whoever they please?
Some sperm donors, as opposed to fathers, truly don’t care to know, have anything to do with their offspring, thus don’t have a problem; whereas what can fathers who are interested, have maintained regular contact via calls and invitations to link do [other than leave them to get on with it] if their now-adult children truly don’t WANT TO KNOW?
Isn’t ANYONE who genuinely believes they are not programmed graphically illustrating that their programming is COMPLETE?
Children raised in a single parent home tend not to marry. Those that do, quickly divorce. So says the studies. Basically, you are raised not to see the family unit. Add to that the lies and half truths told by the single parent to erase the other,.....
There is a study, the name escapes me now. Two thirds of the single parent females knew the guy they were mating with was not daddy material. They deliberately sought out Mookie. Mookie was/is seldom around to even know she's pregnant.
This is a discussion for another thread. I have broached the topic in the past. There tends to be sides taken along gender lines