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For example, 90 percent of dads in that country are responsible for paying child support, and the backlash of the law, media and communities in many cases have lead to suicide that remains unreported.Can we reach a time where the burden of financial care isn’t aimed solely at men per se?This next point is to take nothing away from every single mother who has given her all to be the best mum she can be, you should be proud.With that said, we don’t hear equally as amazing stories about fathers who go through the same struggle.Is it any less of an inspiring story for a dad to be able to achieve the same feats?The pressures are the same but with less help, advice and awareness available, it may not be as easy for single fathers to obtain support with fears of failing & judgement at the forefront of their minds.First of all, in a world filled with hope & optimism for equal opportunities & progression, there are still many equally imbalanced viewpoints that are ignored and swept under the carpet.

#Single Moms #Moms #Single Dads #Dads #Parents #Grandparents #Parenting Village #justbecause #ourchildren are like #arrows in the #hands of a mighty #warrior ? A post shared by Sharline Nabulime (@sharlinenabulime) on The laws regarding dads in general are still dated in many countries across the world: – In Australia the ‘Lone Fathers Association’ was set up back in 1973 and for decades they have been fighting to support and help single dads fight the unjust laws towards them.However, there is no reason to doubt that in the circumstances where that may not be entirely possible, the dad would not cope with providing the right levels of care.There is also no reason to cast doubt over whether a dad can be loving, nurturing or caring enough of his child(ren).The legal view – Helen Kay of HMK Legal “Whilst single dads have the same rights as single mums in terms of the legal right to request flexible working, many feel that there is a stigma attached to asking to go part time and that it will irreparably damage their careers.The workplace culture needs to change so single dads and men in general can feel comfortable making such requests.” Father’s Day is soon approaching!

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