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Paternity Tests and Regrets!
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"You are NOT the father!" (or are you?) Jay-Z pulled into a paternity test scandal.
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We are connected to our parents by a special emotional bond, partially because of the genetic ties and partially because of the shared experiences of family activities while growing up in our parents' home. Much of our self esteem and sense of well being is tied to the identity we believe we have. There's an old saying, "Mama's baby, Daddy's maybe." What happens when we discover the man we called "Daddy" is not our father? How are we affected if we find out during childhood? What happens if we find out in our teen years? What happens if we find out during adulthood? What are the emotional effects of discovering that you're not who you thought you were? Should a child be told that their Daddy is not really their father? What is the psychological impact of a paternity test that reveals long kept family secrets? Is the emotional bond broken when a child finds out "You are NOT the father!
Discussions on child support and parenthood normally revolve around the fathers who aren’t paying or being a part of their kids lives, but we can’t ignore the unfortunate reality that some men out here get got, plain and simple.
No, I’m not talking about Meek Mill’s definition of being played because he randomly gave the mother of his child cash to take care of some things and still expects to be slapped with a court order for child support on top of it. I’m speaking on women who perhaps know a child isn’t a particular man’s, or at the very least are uncertain of their child’s paternity, yet aren’t upfront about that uncertainty and allow men to raise or provide for their child unaware of those doubts. "Is there a Right Way to demand a Paternity Test?"
Let's continue our conversation from last week on DP RADIO XL on Blogtalk radio Wednesday, March 26 at 8pm.
Series Conclusion--The duties of the government to intervene into private matters of their citizens should be performed with great caution and serious considerations that the rulings or changes made in those matters do not corrupt the matters--or the citizens themselves. With the drastic changes in behavior, mindsets and newsworthy incidents that have saturated our society, government interference has indeed been a necessary solution. However, the amount of catastrophic failures of government intervention in daily private matters has far outweighed the benefits. Tonight we touch on the effects of the government's laws on paternity. Is mandated legal fatherhood more beneficial or harmful to a child than biological fatherhood? Call in with your thoughts at 10:30 PM at 347-327-9967.
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