Behold, the Single Father Paradox!
Guess what, it’s money and for all the right reasons.
Given the data that we do have, how could anyone properly argue against the fact that any child without a father simply isn’t as good as he or she would have been with one?
1. You’ll miss the times that you hated the most.
After college comes the inevitable “real world” of big bosses and sophisticated businessmen. How do we get them to notice our fancy resumes and perfected cover letters? We don’t. Other people do: professors, employers, impressive connections.
No wonder kids from broken homes are often so confused.
If you’re single, lonely and currently looking for a relationship then you might want to first read this article and then reconsider.
It’s so easy to walk away From pain, to replace it with something else. It’s so easy to let that diversion take over your life, to give up and not try.
“She asked me to wait a minute, went to her room and came back with a piece of paper. It was a list that she had compiled of her important events and activities that I had missed due to work commitments.”
Just like the saying goes, “you can’t move on to the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one.” There’s no way you will ever move on completely if you don’t erase this person from your life entirely.