Wait wait wait, WTF? Why would you be obligated to pay money for kids that aren't yours? SPECIALLY if you can't see them?
Just found something for idiotic country USA..."Can Family Courts Enforce Child Support for Non-Biological Parents?Family courts can order a non-biological parent to pay child support if he is a presumed or equitable father. A child support order must focus on the best interests of the child and your state’s child support guidelines. If you have financially and emotionally supported a child for years, it will be difficult to avoid child support payments. However, you may also have significant custody rights. Do not assume that you are ineligible for custody or visitation simply because you are a non-biological father. "
@Krumpir often custody or visitation laws are not enforced. The mom quiets down for a while after the court rules but then a few months later uses the kids to spite the father, even making false allegations of abuse or violence.
Date younger guys? What if mother died?
depends on how stable the relationship is between the woman and the kids dad.
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Hey, psssst... Got any dogs?
@Krumpir I actually did! But someone stole em :(. My cousin was not a good sitter after all -____-
Oh I am sorry. I didn't know I will make you said. I just wanted to see some pictures of dogs... I apologize
@Krumpir oh no it’s okay! XD I wish I knew that’s what it was u were trying haha
I wish I could understand anything past XD hahahaha English is not. my first language and in my head that last part makes no sense
understandable at your age
At this point of my live I don't think I'd date anyone without kids because they don't know what it's like to be a parent and are probably a bit spoiled by being without kids for so long.
That's a strange way of thinking...
Look at it this way. I have a child in high school. When I was first divorced he was younger, obviously. Many men I meant online would not go out with me because they didn't want a woman with kids. They're still living the single life, going out on weeknights and doing whatever they want on the weekend. they have expensive hobbies, they have ambitious career skulls and they're in fantastic shape because they spend so much time at the gym. meanwhile I'm overweight, overstressed, just trying to keep it together and keep my boss happy and take care of my kid and take care of my house and get my car fixed and do all the stuff that two parents normally do, while dealing with a huge load of MOM GUILT.
"Carerr goals" not "career skulls"... LolMy point is that they would try to give me a career advice on how to better myself and I'm like, "Look, I have to stay in this job so I can stay in this house in this school system for my son. I can't go to graduate school at night because I'm exhausted and I need to be there for my kid. I'm gone from 7 in the morning until 7 at night, and I need to be a parent for at least a couple hours before he goes to bed." Working dads understand that a whole lot better, even if they don't have primary custody. Which isn't to say that there aren't some guys without kids who would be very supportive of a working mom, but I just haven't met any.
Single guys in their forties want to do things like go to the Bahamas for the weekend which I just can't do at the drop of a hat.
Well technically, those that live life as you described at 35 will do the same at 45...About hobbies; look at me: I am saving for my first car. If I had money before, I'd have 10 of them right now. It's just as it is, and I doubt I will ever change. But there is difference between being idiot and knowing that some life stuff is more important than hobbies.You shouldn't feel mom guilt. You should be proud. Pushing your kid in the world on the best way you can. So what if you are overweight? Neither forst nor last one. Don't feel the guilt! And have a nice day ;)
Why not, if she is compatible with me