Should a women's boyfriend play the role as a father to her child?
No, he should be a friend of her child till the child decide to play the role as his son.
No, none of your boyfriends have a say or role as a disciplinarian while they are your boyfriend or even if one of them become your husband. Since you are the biological parent, you are the bottom line disciplinarian. The bottome line yes/no must come from you. That is my feeling.
No, not until he has committed to the union by marrying the mother. A constant stream of kind of like a father figures is actually detrimental to the child because each departure feels like yet another abandonment.
That said, if you don't like the child or can't get along with it, you shouldn't be involved with the mother.
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