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Dear John – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent. – Single Dad, Parents Article

I seem to have upset someone with my last post. The person clearly didn’t want his name mentioning. Sorry I blocked you John. I assume that’s his name from the email address. My finger must have slipped. Ok John, to help hide your identity how about I call you something like Dork Head. According to my new friend, I apparently was disrespectful to the President of the United States. Really…. I must have missed that one. I was also patronising…

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Who’s Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf – Single Dad, Parents Article

If you have been following me for any stretch of time at all, you would know I’ve been delaying something. Don’t get me wrong. I’m excited to start a new series based upon a commentary I put up on Quora. And if you know me, you know I love to talk about the movies. I have decided opinions about all of those classic films. And sometimes I feel like I need to vent, a la the post about being Alone…

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If you have custody she pays. : SingleDads – Single Dad, Parents Article

I pay my ex $1000/month, and I have full custody. She doesn’t pay for activities, school costs, childcare, anything. She supposed to cover like 40% of premiums and fights whenever I ask for that so I don’t even bother. Yes, I make more, but it feels so wrong.It’s sad, because these people are usually so obsessed with hating and hurting their ex, they are totally incapable of doing what’s best for their kids. This is only a snippet of a…

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Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen 2020 – Single Dad, Parents Article

By: Coach, on May 26, 2020 The Environmental Working Group is known to be responsible by creating the list of the most contaminated produce with pesticide residue. Knowing what is on the list each year is helpful to shoppers who seek fruits and vegetables and are unsure about their choices and their exposure to dangerous pesticides. The List Every year the EWG does the analysis of products by testing for the residue of pesticides. With the information, they then create…

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This is where I am – Single Dad, Parents Article

At times it can be really difficult writing about some of the things that you want to.You know full well that you want to voice what is on your mind. You want write and vent to maybe organise or unburden your problems and issues. Yet, every time you want to do so your brain shuts down and words, sentences and paragraphs just don’t seem to come together in a coherent order.I’ve felt like this for a couple of weeks now.I…

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A Memorial Day Remembrance For 2020 – Single Dad, Parents Article

When it comes to writing, storytelling represents my favorite aspect of it. I love to have people delve deeply into my stories and come out with some larger appreciation at the end. Hopefully they will laugh a lot, cry a little, and maybe moved to emotion or three by the time they reach the end. But even amidst all the stories I tell, some feel harder to write than others. They represent the most personal of stories. And yet those…

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Gluten and dairy – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent. – Single Dad, Parents Article

Sorry having to milk the red flowers. They don’t last long and then that’s it for another year. Sadly shopping comes round much more frequently. Another weekend shopping experience to be quickly forgotten. Yes we are always thankful to get some stuff. Things like bathroom rolls (toilet paper) and soap are getting easier to find. Finally some popcorn. Ok it’s just salty but we can add honey to it. But then the inner grump comes out in me. So many…

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