Pros And Cons Of Fatherless

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Fatherless Children are Destined for Doom Fatherless: having no father because he is dead or absent from the home. Fatherlessness is becoming a natural thing for many children in the United States; this is not okay. Fatherlessness leads to gang association, drug/alcohol intake, young pregnancies, violence, and dropping out of school. If women would wait for decent men and get married first, and men would get married first and take roles in their children’s lives many of these issues would resolve themselves. Many of these things can be avoided if you wait for a committed man. The choice is yours. Although others can think there are many cons about waiting to have children, there are many pros that outweigh the cons. If you wait for a father …show more content…

Some people also get a sperm donor or a surrogate. These people would not really have a choice in having a baby who has a father. They are in a situation where they chose: Do I want my child to grow up without a father, so I can have a child? Or Do I not have a child because I will not have a father for my child? Many people chose the first option because they have a desire to have children. This is not a very smart decision because, all the way from the beginning it was man and woman, then they have children. Even if you think this is a spectacular idea, is it really? Children are wired to look for a father figure, they are in need of one; if the father is absent then they will fall into many destructive habits. A family friend of mine also thought this was a great idea and had a little baby girl with her boyfriend, who she was absolutely certain she would marry. We never knew, until she found her new godly husband, that her ex-boyfriend (her daughters father) was emotionally and physically abusive to her. She said enough was enough and left that man, thankfully her daughter had found an even better father figure with her, now, stepdad, who she now calls “daddy.” Everleigh is very lucky to have found a father who now loves her, and her mother, unconditionally. Sadly, this is not the case for millions of

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