My baggage isn't baggage, but the badge of a man who has been there and done that.A man who doesn't run from responsibility, and isn't afraid of the words “love, “marriage” and “family.”It is the badge of a man, who has done things wrong, and made every effort to learn how to do it right.
If they took a little longer look they'd see something different.
They see all the great qualities they want in a guy are in me, because I'm a dad. Women want a man who is caring and compassionate, yet strong and courageous.
I smile back, wondering if it's me or my son she sees. My anxiety keeps me from making such attempts, but I want to. It is what it is; at least that's what I tell myself.
Hopefully it's both of us; I mean we are a package deal. I think about it, a bit longer than a moment, and regret it a little as we leave the store. Well, the truth is, life is not a television drama and this assumption is inaccurate.
Even married women wish for this one thing a single father can provide.
We don't have our kids all the time, so we can offer more of that time to you.You also get the added benefit that when we do have them, you get your space and time to do whatever you want to do.We are the easiest guys to date because we aren't needy; we get all the love and affection we could want from our kids.Patience and compassion are paramount in life to raising children. Love is something as a father I know better than most.You see, a good father offers everything a woman who truly wants to be loved could desire, yet because we have children, you too often run away.I recently received an email from a female reader seeking my input on a situation that she's dealing with.