Be whatever you want it's your view. It's not directed at anyone so be aggressive if you want
If children weren't involved I wouldn't care but once they are born the man must marry the mother and take responsibility for his children.
Lol I'm impressed you didn't scold me for being ultra orthodox. You're very diplomatic. I respect that.
I am I don't like judgmental people and thank you. I don't care past, are they a good person
I might agree
I'm not as judgmental as you think.Since this was purely about an idea and not about a specific person I spoke freely.The idea is to create a stigma around it so people don't fall into it.They'll get offended for 5 minutes but they'll potentially save themselves and their children a lifetime of regrets and mistakes.It's like how your body jolts with pain when you touch something hot in order to prevent permanent damage. It feels very painful briefly but it saves you from a much more grave danger.If the pain isn't as bad you won't remove your hand as fast and your hand burn much worse.
Yes and usually biracial. Anything not excepted in the past by society.
Not a fan of it. I think the husband should be on Board
Yeah think that's part of being a man is never running from a situation standing up instead. Men don't run away in my book cowards do
Thank you for most Helpful Award
Cool🙂 yes there's a lot of great single/modern mom's but I think in society it's still semi frowned upon sadly
Me either each to their own
Thanks for MHO 😊
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Doesn't matter to me what anyone does. That's their life not mine
There's very big statistics on this one...
I have an opinion on what I think people should or should not do, which largely guides how I make decisions myself. That said, what other people decide to do or not do is entirely their choice. I believe in free will. By no accounts is everything I say accurate in the least; these are off-the-cusp thoughts, not well-researched.
I understand what you mean🙂
63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes (US Dept. Of Health/Census) – 5 times the average.90% of all homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes – 32 times the average.85% of all children who show behavior disorders come from fatherless homes – 20 times the average. (Center for Disease Control)80% of rapists with anger problems come from fatherless homes –14 times the average. (Justice & Behavior, Vol 14, p. 403-26)71% of all high school dropouts come from fatherless homes – 9 times the average. (National Principals Association Report)Father Factor in Education – Fatherless children are twice as likely to drop out of school.Children with Fathers who are involved are 40% less likely to repeat a grade in school.Children with Fathers who are involved are 70% less likely to drop out of school.Children with Fathers who are involved are more likely to get A’s in school.Children with Fathers who are involved are more likely to enjoy school and engage in extracurricular activities.75% of all adolescent patients in chemical abuse centers come from fatherless homes – 10 times the average.thefatherlessgeneration.wordpress.com/statistics/
I do feel ethically I should comment but thank you😂
I'm not getting in this one it feels unfair becaues of the education on this and I don't want to hurt anyones feelings
Yeah I agree sucks for kids most
But i will stay 100 meters away from them.
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Well let me ask a question, do you think that a child would rather have a modern mother, or a traditional one? Let's say your a 5 year old kid. What would you want?
I'm in mental health feild.So I won't touch that answer on here
I'm not sure I understand the issue? If you are in the mental health field, wouldn't you want to share your enlightened perspective?
Because it's right I studied it six years so I don't think it's fair to others who are not not educated not informed and ethically I'm not using my knowledge of the subject to hurt Anyone.
So exposing uninformed people to your well researched opinion is hurting them? Explain
Look back on your past self, there are times when you struggled because you lacked knowledge and perspective that could have helped you. Would you not be happier today if someone had showed you the light way back when? I mean you may have been offended in the moment, but that’s not being hurt, that’s just the ego being stubborn, as it is
I've explained enough today
You've explained nothing, but I can't force you
A lot of difficult guys have today I will later
that sentence reads a little oddly, and I'm not quite sure what you mean, but w/e u say haha
Mytake of mine 80 pissed off guys mobbing me. I'm not trying to be rude I'm more than happy to tommorow I'm just explained out sir
HAHAH very well
You mean "nontraditional".That's sort of meaningless because the nature of practicing motherhood in a society changes as society changes.For instance, when I was a boy in the 1960s, many women stayed at home with the kids - certainly while they were little. "Day Care" was science fiction. If a woman had to go to work (like she was a single mom), another female or retired relative babysat. There was no day care industry. So, if you were a mother and put your kid in "day care" 50 years ago, you were an "nontraditional mother".However, in the last 45 or so years, day care has become much more prominent in particular because two incomes are now needed just to survive and, for a long time, multigenerational homes (*) became rare. Thus, "day care" was necessary, so one could say that a woman who could stay at home with the kids is now "nontraditional".(*) A multigenerational home is a home is which more than one adult generations lives in the same house. When I was born, my home had 3 adult generations. My parents, my paternal grandparents, and my paternal grandfather's mother. My mom and great grandmother stayed home with me while my father and grandparents went out to work.
Thank you non Traditional
Not married with kids
Usually biracial kids or anything not socially excepted in the past
Ah. I see no issue with it. I don’t think whether or not the mother is married is that big of a deal as long as she’s a good mother