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Somewhat related to the definition of Single Father is the use of just the individual terms father, dad, and parent. Many single custodial mothers detest others referring to their children's other parent as "Dad, Father, or even Parent. However, in reality, injecting these emotions into the definition is inaccurate. Even if dad is not loving, nurturing, or concerned-he's still a dad.

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With the definition examined and understood you can probably imagine there are many different types of Single Fathers. The good news is Responsible Single Fathers is open to all these dads, as well as moms and other people interested in working together to better our relationships so we can nurture, love, and support financially and emotionally our kids.


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Featured Fathers Resources Articles Links. About Mark Tucker Mark Tucker was born in England and moved to Australia in with his then wife and two young daughters. In his marriage failed. Mark's daughters decided that they wanted to live with him, and so began a journey of learning to adapt to life as a single parent, rebuilding his and his daughters' lives, as well as the more mundane activities of managing a household.

At the time of his divorce, Mark went looking for a book that would help him to cope with his new life and become a successful single father.

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He was unable to find one. So, once the dust had settled, he decided to write his book, with the view to encouraging other single fathers. Mark is currently a Partner at a major consulting company and, having remarried, is enjoying the challenge of bringing up a blended family of two girls, two boys and three dogs. Mark's passion is helping single fathers become the best Dads they can be. Rating details.

Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. And boy, did I ever take that advice to heart. I was scared to death I would only be allowed to see my sons four days a month. I bent over backwards and gave up many things naively because I feared the worst. In the end, I was lucky I was able to have my sons every weekend and have dinner with them during the week. My agreement is seen as a victory even by my attorney's standards. I'm certainly thankful I get that much time because it could have easily been worse.

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That is what is frustrating for me. I am viewing this as a man who has sacrificed to maintain a connection to his children.


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I realize there is a whole other side of this argument from a female perspective. My wife voiced how it wasn't her intent to judge single fathers or to be overly critical.

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Instead, she viewed it as a cautious measure when considering who she, as a single mother, chose to date. She admitted she felt tremendous gravity in her serious dating relationships to weigh what "kind" of father those men would be around her children. Some were classified as "divorced dads" and did not make the cut to even be around her daughters.

I can empathize with her explanation, because I was very choosy about who my kids would meet too. The difference is that I didn't assume the worst. That doesn't make her protective stance with her daughters wrong, just a different approach.

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I guess I just find it sad that societally, we assume the worst when it comes to men and fatherhood, especially in the case of custody. I do believe that with time, we can prove that we can be and ARE great parents in our own right and eradicate the stereotypes. The onus is on us, men. We need to own our fatherhood and show how marvelous we all are at being "just" a dad, and that makes us great fathers, too.

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