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Originally posted by keepgrowing keepgrowing wrote:

My friend had a child young and the father of the child denied his son. Then she met a great guy and fell in love. He married her and adopted her son and now the son has the adopted father's last name. Wellll that rubbed the biological father the wrong way. 

Now the biological father to the child, who was nowhere to be found, never paid a dime, never helped out and denied his son to everybody, is now wanting to know his son and wants her to change the child's last name back to his own. It was a sad situation. My ex who was best friends with this guy (which should have been a red flag for me Ermm) called him out on it and so did his family. His son looks like a mini him. It was really sad that she made every effort for him to be in the child's life. 
It wasn't until news about her wedding and the guy adopting his son that he finally woke up.

Well he can go back to sleep. WTH!


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This really has my wheels spinning. Isn't there laws to protect single parents? I mean isn't it against the law to not care for your child? When is it considered neglect by the absent parent? Can't someone go to jail for not paying child support? Damn shame...you abandon a f**king animal they will haul you straight to court, but if you leave your child they do nothing????
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Originally posted by nitabug nitabug wrote:

Originally posted by naturesgift naturesgift wrote:

Fathers are very important, NO one is a perfect parent, if he want to be in the child's life then let him just make sure she is taking care of herself and not letting her emotions get the best of her
at what expense?
At every expense! with the exception of emotional or physical abuse! Whatever the circumstances of the past relationship if there are efforts to be made on your part then do them. Yes there is anger, resentment, but it was your choice to make a child with this man. There must have been some good in him and hopefully its still there. So if you need to have visitation by a neutral party then do that if you know your (anger) is too much to see him. From what I see most mothers feel like what the father is doing is NOT ENOUGH! for some it will never be ENOUGH! if there is an opportunity to encourage a relationship then I think she should! In this case there must be because OP wrote there is....
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I wonder how many people here know what its like growing up without a father. I also wonder if that affects their views on fatherhood, Love relationships, and parenting. We are quickly becoming a society the seems to value mothers over fathers and children need both...
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Both is bad cause the child still has no father.
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Originally posted by naturesgift naturesgift wrote:

I wonder how many people here know what its like growing up without a father. I also wonder if that affects their views on fatherhood, Love relationships, and parenting. We are quickly becoming a society the seems to value mothers over fathers and children need both...


Of course it does.  That's why I said the child is screwed either way.  I'm friends with a couple women who look put together on the outside and seem to have their lives together on paper.  In reality, the effect of growing up with a father causes them to make terrible decision in terms of the kind of men they date and their expectations of relationships. 

Everyone needs a mother and a father.  The fact that this is debated in some circles speaks volumes. 
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Originally posted by OhMyCurlz OhMyCurlz wrote:

Originally posted by uppitynegroid uppitynegroid wrote:

Either way the child is screwed so it really doesn't matter.  Women need to be more choosy about who they allow to ejaculate inside of them.
Not having a father makes a child screwed? 


Yes.  You cannot develop into the man or woman you should be without a father.  Both parents instill values in you that you need to become a healthy adult.  If you are lacking either a mother or father, their absence will probably manifest itself in your life in one way or another. 
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