happy holidays to my long lost friends on AA.ORG - and a warm hello to all of the women here that i don't know yet.
its been a while since i've posted, but i have had this on my mind for a while, and thought this would be a great place to open a discussion or get some feedback.
for the singles ladies out there (and the sisters, mothers, friends of single sistas):
do you notice differences in the black men you date who were raised by a single mom vs. those who had a 2 parent upbringing?
for example - are these men more or less secure in themselves, more or less attentive to their own children, more or less likely to have strong adult relationships with other men (peers or elders), more or less likely to be overly attached to their mothers?
what (if anything) have you noticed in your interactions with men raised by single women that make them different from men raised with a consistent man/father in his life during his upbringing?
with the number of single women out there raising their children - we might have a new style of men in the mix. do you notice a difference...have you thought about his actions (paid attention to them), and thougth about where they might stem from?
let me know your thoughts.
peace - nyk.