Fatheroffour wrote:My advice to any father is don't go anywhere near the presentation that your job limits your ability to care for the kids.
Tom Kirkpatrick wrote: Daddy working is good; Mommy not working is bad. Why is she telling you this?? How would she know??
Q: Suppose she's wrong??.....or even half wrong?? And if she's only half wrong, which half is wrong??
Q: Do you see any set-up here?? Did it ever occur to you your therapist may be sexist??
In this game, you hafta learn to trust your gut. In this case, your therapist is obviously aligned with the other side.
I saw that, Bro. And that's the sexist's lie.whatever_works wrote:She said mommy not working is good for me.....
Tom Kirkpatrick wrote:Tit for tat, Bro. Why should it be you that hasta get a job?? Why don't you become the say-at-home parent??
^^^^^ In no uncertain terms Bro, that's the lie.whatever_works wrote:.....and if the mom is not getting a job, she is going to be thought of as a lesser parent.
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