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Reply to "Ways Single Mothers Destroy their sons"

  @Brotha RR:

 

As I always say to you young brotha....I'm not trying to CONVINCE you of anything.  I'm telling you what I KNOW.  Just cuz there are two parents in the same household doesn't mean the children are getting the best care.  I know two parent families where children are psychologically neglected and they feel abandoned...and BOTH parents are there...I also know two parent households where the children are MONSTERS with no form of guidance and directions or respect....and both parents are living under the same roof.  I also know the opposite where both parents are in the home and the children are thriving.  It depends on the PARENTS.  My children come from a two parent family but at the end of the day it was my sons decisions whether or not they chose to embrace their manhood.  Yes their father was there but there are other outside influence that shape children as well.  So it's not exclusive.  Jeffrey Dahmer came from a two parent household(I know he's white-stay with me here) but he ended up being a MURDERER.  I know he may not a good example but that's all I can think of right now.  My point is what I said earlier.  I stand ground on it.   

 

Question:   How many sons do you have?  What are YOUR experience raising them?  Are you together with your sons' mother?  Did you come from a two-parent household?  I did.  My significant other did.  And so what I'm saying may be bullshyte to YOU but it's reality to me.  Maybe that's where the miscommuication lies.  Maybe you as a parent aren't there yet.  Cuz if you were?  You would dismiss this BULLSHYTE article as what it is:  CONJECTURE and another negative way to throw all black single women with sons under the bus.   And as far as my comment regarding dysfunction goes?  Again...I'm not trying to CONVINCE you...I'm just sharing what I KNOW to be true from my experience and observation.  You can either accept or not.  Your choice.  And since you're not accepting.  That decision not to is totally on you.  Yet!  It doesn't and will NEVER change a thang I've said.  We will just have to agree to disagree.   But. 

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