This should be required reading for anyone going through a divorce with kids involved…or hell, for everyone who knows a divorced dad, or has tried to understand the unrelenting bias against fathers in our society, or anyone who simply likes to have their minds pried open to discover a new way of viewing things:
**Disenfranchising, Demeaning, and Demoralizing Divorced Dads: A Review of the Literature, by Dr. Linda Nielsen
Examining why you believe what you do is crucial, assuming you desire growth as a person, and that you value maturity and insight. Unfortunately I know far too many people that adamantly do not. They stomp their childish feet and dig further into their rigid, selfish mindset, plaster their hands over their ears, and moo “I can’t hear you, I can’t hear you” at any challenge to their self-serving, morally-bankrupt blather. I am hard pressed to conjure up anything more pathetic, or more prone to elicit contempt and loathing, than a person who can stare facts in the face and still yammer the same rapacious chant: me, me, me, me.
Doesn’t that relentless cawing ever get old?