Yet again, dad's get dissed. I've always been there (or at least I tried to be), for my daughter. She was very important to me. Yet, today, on the news, there was a report on KGW that the education level of the mom is very important in regards to the childs upbringing. I say *BULL*!!! I had a higher level of verbage and used different words and analogies with my daughter as she was growing up.
Mom's r not the end-all and be-all of parenting. Mom's *CAN* be real a$$es themselves. They can be "absent"... Yet, it's always the *DAD* that is the *BAD GUY*.
My ex didn't know half the stuff I knew, and my daughter suffered. My ex didn't challenge my daughter at all. She just let her do her own thing. My ex couldn't spell worth a damn and, gee, neither can my daughter... Yet, who gets blamed... Yep, I did. All cuz I have a learning disability in math and english... My daughter used that as an excuse. Yet, held my ex up as an example of *GOOD* parenting... pfffft!!!
So the biases continue:-( Guys r the bad guys and women r sio such smarter... LIES!!!!