What I Learned Growing Up Dadless

Growing up fatherlessness is one of those things that we have to go through, and the way I feel about it is that I’m not in a position to say that I am not in love with my daughter.

I do, however, believe that it is possible for people who are in a situation where their partner is not with them, or where they don’t know their partner’s name or what they’re doing, to be able to say, “I want to have kids.”

And the fact that I feel that way doesn’t mean that I think that I can’t have kids.

I just know that I do not want to go back to the time I had a child and have to deal with the trauma that my parents went through.

When you go through that, it’s a difficult time in your life.

I think it’s very important for you to know that there are ways that you can be positive and help others and to help yourself.

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