I Had to Divorce My Husband to Give Him What He Really Needed — A Mommy

The problem for him is that no quality woman will accept his invitations (at least not for very long) to explore the bottomless chasm of his dependence, which means our kids will subsequently be exposed to an endless parade of temporary caretakers of their Dad’s emotional needs.

I relieved him of the burden of participation in the emotional or physical labor of the relationship because I didn’t want him to tantrum.

There is nothing I wouldn’t do to make their lives better and having an emotionally grown-up father will have an empirically beneficial effect on their future romantic endeavors.

Mama, writer, lover, fighter — I wear my heart on my sleeve because my pants pockets are too small. www.ajkaywriter.com

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