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Old 2nd January 2018, 7:47 PM   #16
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Youíre talking as if I am jamming sports down my sons throat. First, my son plays one sport per season. I have told him and reinforce that he needs to find his two top sports. So far this year he plays football and basketball. Yes, itís a bit overwhelming for me a single parent, but I make it work for him. Second, academics ALWAYS come first in my house. If his grades slip Bc he canít handle school and sports then sports go. He knows this. And lastly, people without kids overlook the importance of sports. Sports are a right of passage and teach children much more than just the sport itself. Sports teach discipline, respect, responsibility and how to play fairly with others. I donít like when people chalk sports up to being just a ďjockĒ thing. Dig a little deeper and youíll find out that sports are actually a fabulous thing for children. Onto the aspects, I have never nor do I need a father figure for my son; his
Father is a phenomenal father that spends a great deal of time with his son.
And I never expected any guy that is in my life to fill that role. I didnít expect my ex boyfriend to attend every game but I did expect him to be supportive and not ride me Bc I wanted to go to my sons games. As I mentioned in another response; I ran myself ragged for many years trying to spend adequate time with both my son and my boyfriend and in the interim I forgot about myself.
I do appreciate your take on my issue tho and appreciate the feedback.




You are not a single parent.
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Old 2nd January 2018, 8:10 PM   #17
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I totally agree; my son will always come first. I never indicated or said anything about my ex moving in. I have absolutely no intention of that. I wouldn’t have that for my son.
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move on with you....
...still glad to read that you wouldnt let him move in....cheers...deb
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Old 2nd January 2018, 9:57 PM   #18
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You are not a single parent.
Hmmm.... as defined, please see below regarding single parent:

single parent. noun. a person who has a dependent child or dependent children and who is widowed, divorced, or unmarried. (as modifier): a single-parent family

Therefore, I am a single parent.
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