Hey Dad, I Have A Question (Part I)

As a single parent, you may no longer have the ability to say “Go ask your mother/father.”  The burden responsibility opportunity to answer all your child’s questions now falls entirely to you.  How you answer those questions will shape your child’s growth and development, and influence the person that they are to become.  Congratulations.

However, the catalysts for their asking the questions, as well as your answers to them, will influence exactly how much their future therapist bills will run.  The question alone may cause you to put your own therapist on speed dial.  So that you can start thinking about the “correct” answers, here’s a brief sample of questions from my life you may get to look forward to as well.  I think I need a drink. Read more of this post

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