Are We Divorced, Too Daddy?

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iUniverse, Jan 16, 2001 - Family & Relationships
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This book is hopefully the voice for every child who experiences any of the downs of divorce, simply because one parent chooses to do his own thing for Just Right Now. Divorce is hard enough for the child in and of itself without their having to deal with the fact that that loving missing parent believes his needs are more important than his child s. This is where I believe a real difference exist in Americans and Jamaicans. Jamaicans seem to have a stronger feel for Family, Elders and loyalty. Fatherhood is not a temporary position! Most men here are more than enthused when it comes to promoting themselves for the sake of their business; it makes you wonder how does their enthusiasm diminish when it comes to involvement with their own flesh and blood! If they would just try giving themselves completely for a little while to that child they would surely see that their children s love would fill the void they re denying, and the love given and received from them will last longer, and weigh greater than anything else, forever.

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