If he’s not ready for marriage and family, or is not interested in having those things , you’ll only have wasted one evening on that man, instead of weeks, months or years. I want to add that I’m not saying all men who, through no fault of their own, grew up without a father’s love and guidance are poor husband material.But all things being equal, a fatherless man is more likely to: This description of fatherless men knows no ethnicity.
Believe me, the last thing I want to do is blame Black women for the huge number of Black men who refuse to take part in parenting their children – we get blamed enough for the actions of others, but pretending that the epidemic level of fatherlessness is not affecting Black children negatively – well into adulthood, is nothing more than denial. I have noticed, since I was a teen, that girls (like myself) who were raised by their fathers were not getting pregnant or acting desperate for male attention.
I posted a blog on my site some time ago about how men are a major contributor to many of the relationship issues that we are reaping in today’s society.
It is because of our (men’s) selfish choices of making babies and not maturing/parenting these children that has led us to such a significant amount of instability and drama in modern-day relationships.
Imagine if casual sex had minimized/stopped in the early 1980’s and 90’s and men remained a part of the family household.
Would we have the same issues many of the sons and daughters are now experiencing in relationships today? Here are a couple of the outcomes in the lives of women that could have been avoided if fathers had been present and active in their lives…