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Fatherless Homes, Child Support & The Hurting Kids

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Lance Scurv

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In all of my experiences responding and conversing with countless people online and in life over the years, never has there been such an explosive topic as Fatherless Homes, Child Support and the Innocent Children that are hurting between them.

It's a fiery topic that evokes such emotional responses and it is one where it doesn't seem like most can ever see eye to eye.

Under the heading of the Fatherless home, it is just too broad of a scope to figure that a "one size fits all" answer and solution can heal every diverse scenario.

You have the deadbeat dads on one side of the scope as well as those who take care of there children 365 days a year without fail even if they are not with their child's mother. So it is hard to say that all men are deadbeat as some women might want to believe because they've gotten burnt by one.

While many programs have focused on the deadbeat fathers who fall in the range of being non supportive and non existent in their child's life, there is a need to focus on those mothers who are venom laced from the hurt that they've experienced and pain that they transfer over to their child unnecessarily from the years of bashing the father that they never knew.

While many times this angry mother has many legitimate reasons to be pissed off, her inability to let the anger go after a time to move on to a more productive positive life does more hurt to her child than the deadbeat dad ever did!

These angry hurt mothers don't understand that as they continually bash their child's father that they are reenforcing the same outlook on life into their child without giving them a fair chance to grow up and assess life for what it is through their eyes without any undue interference into their natural process of development.

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