PLEASE NOTE. I am not posting this to be bashing Mothers because I know there are so many good mothers out there doing right by their kids…
However so many children will not be seeing their deadbeat fathers, over the seasonal holidays, some of them may be too young to understand the issues anyway regarding their fathers and the reason the father is not in their life, in time they will learn the true reason without anyone influence.
Likewise, so many good fathers will not be seeing their children this holiday season, at the same time some fathers over a period of time that as passed by, have been rewarded for the actions of their kids, in their effort to find their fathers, which have worked out well for all concerned.
Unfortunately, not all kids will go in search of their fathers, because some have been polluted with the negative words of their mother, without the father having a chance to defend themselves, it's true there is always two sides to every argument, but the father's voice should still be heard.
I wonder, if there is any truth in the comments made, that many of the fathers who will be spending another seasonal holiday, without seeing their sons or daughters. Should carry some responsibility for the situation they find themselves in because they were aware of the funny ways of their baby mothers before they got married or having children.
In my case, it will be some 5 Christmas Years since I have seen my son, and these comments were made to me by one of the courts appointed professionals that were looking after my court application during the court battles to be in my son’s life.
Some women just know how to kick a caring father in the BALLS; I guess some of you fathers in the same boat as me, feel my pain and my tears, even some mothers I am sure?
Even if some of us are part of a new family, you never stop thinking about your kids you no longer see anymore.
Life goes on for all of us in the same situation, as we wait to be a fathers again to our kids or to all of our kids one day.
Have a Happy Holiday Season with your family, whoever has taken the time to read my words.