A WOMAN IS A NURTURER AND A GIVER OF LIFE.
WOMEN WERE NOT MADE TO BE FATHERS...WE ARE MOTHERS. YOU HAVE TO BE MORE CHOOSY ON WHO YOU ALLOW TO BE THE FATHER OF YOUR CHILDREN.
Single parenthood is not easy and not something to just jump into. JUST BECAUSE YOU BOTH DID NOT WORK OUT..DOESN'T MEAN THAT HE IS A DEADBEAT DAD. GIVE THE FATHER A CHANCE TO BE THERE FOR HIS CHILDREN. DON'T BE THAT WALL TO BLOCK THAT RELATIONSHIP. ALLOW YOUR CHILDREN TO LEARN THERE DAD FOR THEMSELVES. MOST OF THE TIME THE DAD WILL TRY TO CHANGE FOR THE SAKE OF HIS CHILDREN.
THIS ARTICLE IS TO HIGHLIGHT THE FATHER WHO YEARNS TO BE WITH HIS KIDS.
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As far as what we put it in is doubled, like time, effort, money, etc...so yes..however there are many things that only a man can give a child that a woman can't...that's when prayer, other family, friends, etc step in.
No a girl will always need her father and a woman can only teach a boy what their idea of a man is which is how this situation came about in the first place. Solution let your child know the man's family even if you to aren't together. It's not about your hurt feelings it's about your child.
No she can be a PARENT!!! Period
Well I'm living it I have showed my son how to go to the bathroom how to open the door for the ladies and the car door how to take out the trash how to tie a tie so somethings a women show a son and pray for God to send men of integrity and godly character and pray for the best
I AM LIVING PROOF to a point,I Can't teach my sonz all that a man can But I did the Best I could for 26yrz &COUNTING with No HELP from their dad,he's around But only a mouth piece,never once helped out with Anything,just conversation and maybe a birthday gift,I'm very proud to say that I did it ALL on my own,with the STRENGTH OF JESUS,SO THE ANSWER IS MOST DEFINITELY"YES"
It's not easy especially a woman trying to teach a boy how to be man.
Here's my personal journey...
My mom and dad made me together as unmarried teens. My mom decided she didn't need my father because she could do it on her own. Yes, she could provide for me physically but not mentally or emotionally. She unknowingly planted a seed of self-hate in me. I wonder why I wasn't good enough to have a father like most kids. I longed for the love of my father and looked to older men in short term relationships to fill that void in me. It was only until I met my dad at 21 did I find what was missing. My father explained he was always there but was helpless to do anything because of the hate my mom had for him. I cried as he explained everything i had done from what I worn on my first day to kindergarten to those relationships that were short due to his fatherly actions. I asked my mom and dad why they made the choice to not be together they both said because mom wanted to marry at 15 and dad wasn't ready at 16.
I shared this to say to the mothers that you can't provide everything your child needs so stop thinking you can just because you have issues with your child's father. Remember you choose him not your child!