When a child lacks a parent’s guidance, the child lacks foundational support that will determine their future. Nowadays, it’s very common to see both parents in a family working. This trend is typically more common in the families with tough economic conditions but is also seen among the affluent families.
The Feminist Woman That acts like a Man
Since the feminist movement began, women have been screaming the mountain tops that “anything you can do, I can also do, and maybe better.” This is quite literally incorrect. This notion that while women are literally different than men in a multitude of ways, but somehow should be seen as the same, is severely flawed. Women are a different sex, with different physical capabilities, emotions, hormones, and genetic makeups.
Typically the woman stating she doesn’t need a man is single, financially distressed, and her children have deep seeded issues.
Men are naturally structure, firm, and provide a solid foundation for their children, while women by nature are care givers to their families, provide more emotion support, sensitivity, and nurture their loved ones.
Over the years the feminist movement has taken a cancerous and extreme twist, convincing women:
- “don’t need a man”
- “don’t want a man”
- “that they are independent and can raise their kids by themselves”
To to contrary, a man and woman conceive children and that it was makes up a sound foundation for a home. Alternate options remain alternate.
- Research shows that the love and care of fathers is equally important for the health and well-being of children as mother-love.
- Children are WAY better off when their relationship with their father is sensitive, secure, and supportive as well as close, nurturing, and warm.
- One of the biggest problems with divorce is that when a father moves out, the father-child relationship frequently falters. If he stays in the game, his kids will cope far better with the divorce.
The “Submissive Woman is Weak” Indoctrination
The Feminist movement has created a negative undertone that being submissive to your husband is a bad thing, and women should demand equal and fair treatment in every aspect, regardless of actual output and performance and ability, and chivalry is seemingly dead, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
There is this false notion that being submissive means you are “weak” but that simply means respecting your man and letting him be a man, and actually lead.
IF there is a situation where a man is arguing with another man, who is going to defend you? Your man.
There is nothing wrong with submitting to a man that loves, respects, and honors his woman. This cancerous rhetoric has decimated the ‘Black” household.
The Feminist Woman Who Doesn’t Know she’s a Feminist
Man women don’t even understand that they are feminists. They move through the world with aggressive Type-A personalities, lacking and “submission” to their husbands or significant others, they claim to be independent, sovereign, and even at times disregard fathers and their involvement.
While this can be seen as a good move for women, men do not want to be with a “manly” woman. Heterosexual men are attracted to females, with feminine traits, not aggressive feminist woman that think they can essential arm wrestle a man and do anything he can, without assistance.
There is nothing wrong with being in a loving relationship, where you and your partner respect each other, their contributions, and what they bring to the relationship.
Kids with Dads in the Life Fair Better
In general, kids who have dads that actively participate in their care and that interact with them a lot are more likely to:
1. Be smarter and more successful in school and work.
- Kids with involved dads are better problem-solvers as toddlers, and have higher IQs by age 3. One theory about why this is: fathers tend to talk to their children differently than mothers do, and as a result children to talk in longer sentences and use more diverse vocabulary when talking with their fathers.
- School-aged children with positively involved fathers are more likely to:
- Get As and have higher grade point averages
- Have better math, reading, and language skills
- Enjoy and have positive attitudes towards school
- Have higher levels of educational attainment and success overall
- Have a greater ability to take initiative, use self-direction and control
- Have better problem solving skills.
- Later in life, children of positively involved fathers are more likely to have greater success in their careers, and to earn more money.
2. Be happier. Children with positively involved fathers are more likely to be happier and more satisfied with their lives over-all. They experience less depression, distress, anxiety, and negative emotions like fear and guilt.
3. Have more friends and better relationships. Children whose fathers are positively involved have better social skills; they tend to be more popular and better liked. They have fewer conflicts with their peers. They are also more likely to:
- Grow up to be tolerant and understanding
- Have positive interactions with their siblings
- Have supportive social networks made up of long-term close friendships
- Adjust well to college both personally and socially
- Have long-term, successful marriages, be satisfied with their romanticpartners in midlife, and to have more successful intimate relationships.
4. Have happier, healthier mothers. When fathers are emotionally supportive of their children’s mother (whether or not they are married), moms are more likely to enjoy a greater sense of well-being. In addition, supported moms are more likely maintain healthy pregnancy behaviors, an indicator that father support increases the odds that both mother and baby will be physically healthy.
5. And they are LESS likely to get into trouble, or otherwise engage in risky behavior.
- Positive father involvement protects kids from substance abuse in adolescence.
- It is also associated with a lower frequency of acting out, delinquency, disruptive and violent behavior, lying, and stealing.
- Kids with positively involved fathers are less likely to be bullied, and they are less likely to be bullies themselves.