Single Parent Homes Vs Fatherless Homes

Sometimes the message can get clouded by the messenger…even though the message is identical.

Listen to what she has to say.

I feel she is right on point.

2 comments for “Single Parent Homes Vs Fatherless Homes

  1. August 24, 2012 at 5:55 PM

    Everyone is right to a point-When speaking from our life experience, we will have different thoughts. While others think us wrong, our experience gives us these opinions.

    The ideal is the loving home w/both parents embracing the unit, facing the daily challenges, and rejoicing in their success.

    If you don’t have that, why should others treat you as less?

    BUT-to not have that on purpose, as in, girls we have mentored who want to get pregnant at 15, insisting they can make it on their own, while you and I know they are never on their own and will be hounded throughout life by guys who would like to enjoy their benefits: food stamps, living space, etc.

    Teaching young ones about the options available through education may be the key. I am not sure if anyone really has the answer.

  2. August 26, 2012 at 10:25 PM

    Every time I hear about teen girls getting pregnant on purpose it reaffirms my certainty that the only thing that will put a stop to it is the elimination of welfare benefits to under-aged girls and never-married women. I’m sure this sounds harsh to many people, but it needs to be said.

    It seems that the expectation of these young women is that taxpayers/Uncle Sam are responsible for stepping in and playing Daddy to their offspring, just so that they can feel loved and have a living, breathing DOLL to play with. No no no no no. This needs to stop!

    Social Security, which we all (those of us who work anyway) pay into, could easily be saved were it not for ‘social programs’ that remove the incentive to use one’s brain and make wise choices instead of emotional ones. Well meaning politicians have basically set things up so that the easiest way to get out of contributing to society, and even your own life and well being, is to get knocked up young and become a Human sponge. Once people get on welfare is it very difficult for them to get off, especially when they are a single parent.

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