Over here in amurka-canuckistan, the blue pillers are out lambasting men for not doing more for the skanks. What would father’s day be, without all the “man up” articles?
My own dad is a good sort, but he’s pretty blue pill too, despite all the shit that happened to him. When I called him today he asked me “are you dating anyone”… lol.
I see you (and others, like Dalrock) as surrogate fathers who are giving good advice to the younger menz as to how to deal with the current situation, so I hope you buy yourself one from me, the next time it is convenient.
I also hope you’ll be open when (and it’ll be when, not if) your own boy(s) make contact with you. Kids aren’t stupid. My own mom alienated me from my dad, taking me across an international border and making everyone’s life hell in the process. Today, me and my sister are both on good terms with my pa. Neither of us ever want to hear from skank ho mummy ever again. Something tells me that it’ll turn out that way for you, as well.
I wouldn’t be so sure. It all depends on how deeply entrenched the kids will become in the feminist mindset, their mother no doubt is trying to imbue them with as we speak. Maybe its also down to gender. I don’t remember if afor’s kids are boys or girls, or if he has ever mentioned that fact. How did you get in touch with your dad and what made you change your minds about him?
I’m on the edges of the family court system and I see a lot in regards to this stuff.
Not surprisingly, it’s typically the female children who grow up and stay bitter at the other parent. The boys typically seem to play the game, and once they are old enough to get away they look at the facts and make up their own minds.
Not always of course, I’ve seen some hardcore no-saving-them mama’s boys. You know, NABALT lol.
Here’s a strange one I’ve noticed (though it’s not so strange given what is talked about on this blog.) In a divorce, if there’s grown children, it’s always the grown girls who want to hop in and start up shit. Any men reading this….if you go through a divorce, and you have an older daughter, don’t even let her KNOW about it.