Growing up as a child my mother was the sole provider for me and my siblings. My mother worked two jobs and attended a community college. I have always looked up to her as a role model to not only me, but my brothers and sister as well. My mother has always pushed us to attend college, so now I am attending Ashford University online to become a Psychologist.
I have always had a passion for helping others. I am the person that …show more content…
I have reached out to him but he has no intention of seeing him. Every month I ask him if he wants to meet his son and he makes up excuses. He does call every year around his birthday to send money to help with the party and gifts. I do not want my children growing up and not having a connection with their father or his family as I did. The last time we spoke I offered to bring my son to visit him but he said it wasn’t a good time, because he recently found out that his father has been diagnosed with cancer. I would love for my son to have a connection with his father but it is not something that I will force upon them. The only thing that I want is to let my son to know that I at least tried and that it is not his fault.
As a mother I want my kids to have a connection with their fathers. I know there are a lot of things that I missed out by my father not being around. I will give my children the option of making that connection. I do not want to continue forcing a relationship if the other person has no interest. I will say that I have a loving boyfriend that cares and treats my kids as they are his own. At the moment I don’t think my children know exactly what it feels like to not have their father around, because my boyfriend is their father