Why don't single working fathers get the same sympathy, accolades, and assistance as single mothers?
There are men who provide the same amount of care for their children a a single woman, but yet they are not recognized. They do not get the same rights a women to collect child support, they are viewed as being weak if they seek assitance. They have all of the problems a woman in their situation has, why are they not given the same level of assistance or service?
I think they do. My father was a very good single parent while raising 3 girls and always gave his last dime to make sure we had the things we needed. Just as it is up to the mother to seek assistance or take the man to court, it is up to the man to do the same. Only when more men stand up and seek their equal rights under the law, will this nonsense about being weak fall by the wayside. Your child is more important than what others think or gossip about. A parent is a parent and should not be discouraged by outdated stereotypes when confronted with the need to seek assistance from the courts or otherwise.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease and there are many who would argue that single mothers are treated badly in certain areas of the country when seeking assistance, alimony, or child support. It's all dependent upon both your perspective and your will to be the best parent and provide the best that you can. Sometimes you must take some risks (being viewed as weak) that pale in comparison to providing a good upbringing for your child(ren). Nothing else is more important because as you know, the child is more important, than you even.
Perhaps it is because women only make about 70% of the salary at best that men with equal education and in equal positions make?
by RocketCityWriter7 years ago
Can the same person possibly keep asking more questions....?Holy spam-a-lot, someone's question button threw up on hubpages...
by ronhi6 years ago
Why do some people ask like 20 questions in a single day?
by dadibobs5 years ago
Why do people feel sympathy towards single dads, but not so much for single mums?Is it because single mums are much more common?
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