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Children have a legal right to be supported by their parents but is it a fair system? Does the Government need to revise the child support system to make it fair on both sides? Why is it that fathers have it harder than mothers when it comes to custody and support? I know I'm not the only one that thinks it's unfair how the system automatically thinks the best interest of the child is with the mother instead of the father. There are good fathers out here and how the system portrays fathers is wrong, most of the time it's a bitter baby mother or ex that makes it hard for that father to see their kid or kids. The father can do everything right but it doesn't matter because it's what they are supposed to do. But as soon as they mess up they get no chances, I understand that all instances are not like this sometimes the roles are reversed but it's rare. What makes one person a better parent than the other? I understand that back in the day the man was the breadwinner, but times have changed and the system needs to change with it. It is unfair that the mother gets first to look at anything when it comes to the child. I understand that they carry the child for 9 months but that isn't the fault of the father that they aren't the one carrying the child, that's how nature has it, and who are we to change that. If the shoe was on the other foot would the courts lean more towards the fathers? The judge always says we are doing this for the best interest of the child but how could they know what the best interest of that child is? Have they been with both parties and know how they act or what they do? How can they make that decision off on what both parties make and their living situations? Money isn't the only thing that raises kids' discipline, being there and being in their life is what matters. Kids don't know anything about the money they will remember the times you spent with them when they grow up not the money you spent when you weren't there. Don't get me wrong all mothers aren't like this but it's the bitter ones that make a good father's life so hard. I could go on this discussion forever and I know I will get backlash on this but it's the truth. I want to hear from you if you are open to an open discussion as adults we can do it. I'm open to discussion Choose whom you sleep with wisely a slip-up can change your life for the better or worst!!!!

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Updated: Feb 21


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Every day, we face tons of options. They bombard us, from when to get out of bed to what we should do next.


Some of these choices are tough. Others require patience and dedication. And then, there are the tempting choices that we try to resist.


They can creep up on us when we don't realize it. By the time we do, it's too late. Like any other cautionary tale, we end up falling prey to certain choices because of the environmental cues around us.


We all have come from different aspects of life but we all can relate. I've experienced a lot in my life from death up close and personal to losing friends that you hung out with on a daily that you barely talk to anymore. One thing that I have realized is that you can't make someone do anything. If they have your best interest at heart and truly care for that person, you will hear from them every now and then. In my eyes it's no love lost we all went on different paths but being away from my hometown for 6 years I realized that everyone isn't your friend and a lot of people are waiting on your downfall. They waiting on your downfall to having something to talk about I'm not saying this is my case but just talking to different people from different aspects of life this is how it's been. I don't understand why it's like that but I have an idea why but it's cool. My thoughts on the matter are that you were friends at one point and they were accustomed to what you were doing but as soon as you try to better yourself that's where the disconnect comes in. If you were truly friends it shouldn't matter which lane you or them chose you should support them no matter what whether it was right or wrong. In a wrong situation, all you can do is speak your peace to try to make a change, but if they are not willing, it's not on you if something happens. But that doesn't mean you need to x that person out if you are friends you suppose to support each other. You would never know if that one talk of good advice you give could change a person's life for the better. We need to stop advising people to what they want to hear instead of just giving them the straight-up truth. I know people that's been locked up and got out and been doing better but it seems that we all seem to fall back in the life we were in when the trouble hit. At the end of the day if your keep doing the same thing you are going to keep getting the same results. I know a lot of people are not going to understand this but it's true. you are whom you hang with and from my perspective I was one of those people and till this day I still think about it but my whole life has changed. So what I think about is it worth it. I know being a felon or ex-con can be hard but those are decisions that you made and you have to deal with them. Does the world need to get over that YES how can a person make a mistake and try to right that wrong when the world doesn't even try to give them that chance? That's a question that we need to ask the government. But I'm only one person to make the change we all need to stand up. To be honest, I know people who have moved from their hometown after years of a troublesome life and they are doing a whole lot better. If you feel where I'm coming from leave a comment and we will discuss the matter at hand I want all different perspectives. I want a conversation with at least 5 people over the phone or air that we can broadcast. Holla at me

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