Friday, January 10, 2014

A father plays a very important role in a child's life....or so we are told... But I think there needs to be an asterisk at the end of that sentence... And the fine print should read "an active father"...
Women go through life putting up with an uninvolved husband and father thinking that's best for her children because they need a father. But how true is that? Will they grow up to be secure, well-adjusted people just because their parents lived under the same roof their whole life?  The occasional outing, the rare one hour of baby-sitting, the paying of bills.. Is that a father? Is the role of the father truly defined?
This is isn't a feminist rant.. It's a thought that has been nagging me for almost 3 years now... Should a woman stay with her husband just because he is the biological father of her children? Is a biological father the best father a child can have?

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