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This is just the awareness that something is different and then the tough questions start to follow – tough questions that many times go unanswered and a mask is created.
While, yes they do adapt, that doesn’t mean that they are not masking immense pain. ” is a question that starts to get asked around ages four and five as kids start to see all the other kids in their schools, teams, neighborhood with two parents.
If fatherlessness was a disease, it would be an epidemic in America.
More than 24 million children are being raised without the presence of their biological father, while millions more have the physical presence but emotionally absent.
But, it also reminds me of a story of a friend of mine (who only allowed me to tell this story if he remains anonymous).
My friend – which we will refer to as Larry – has been raising a fatherless child as his own for the past few years.
Then with my sisters, I got a chance to be creative, artistic, tell stories, and play with dolls. ” shouted a neighborhood kid one day, “Dolls are for girls!