Written by: Ed Davies
Giving Fathers Another Chance
In an episode of the television show “Black-ish” I recently watched, a father attempted to re-enter the life of his adolescent daughter. She had to move in with her father’s extended family because he left her after a series of poor choices, selfish actions, and life circumstances. He had gotten his life back on track, and wanted to move with his daughter to another city to restart their lives together. However, his family was against the father’s plan to relocate with the daughter, fearing he would fail as a parent…again.
This begs an important question: When do we stop holding a father’s past against him…especially when he’s making efforts to live a positive and productive life, as a person and a parent? Read MoreRead More