Trials are unfair.
Social Workers aren’t nice to dads.
Judges are anti-men.
These are just some of the things that have happened to me over the years, and I’ve learned not to let it get me down. But when I’m feeling discouraged or like I can’t go on, I remember something my dad taught me: “You’re never alone.” He was right—there are so many people who care about you and want what’s best for you! You just need to reach out and let them help you through this—and they will!
Social workers, counsellors, professionals are not fair to men?
We’ve all heard it: “Don’t give up your rights as a father.” But what exactly do dads have to worry about?
Social workers are mean to dads. Judges are anti-men. Social workers just don’t understand. Fathers can’t get custody because they’re not good enough at taking care of their children. The list goes on and on, but one thing is clear: you can’t give up your rights as a father without risking everything you hold dear in this world.
The truth is that fathers are constantly under attack by the system. And there’s good reason for that: social workers know that fathers are the best people to raise kids, so they try to keep them away from their children at all costs! They think it’s okay for fathers to be cruel and abusive toward their children because messing with their rights will benefit everyone involved.
One way to fight back against this unfairness is by educating yourself about what’s going on in our legal system so you can fight back with knowledge instead of anger or fear—and maybe we can help one another along the way!
Parental rights are for both parents
If you’re a dad, you know that being a parent is tough. It’s not easy to be the one who has to handle everything—from changing diapers to dealing with the school bully. And if you’re a father who’s been denied custody of your child, it can feel like the world is against you.
But it doesn’t have to be this way! Dads are hardworking, loving people who want nothing more than to be their children’s dads. But sometimes due process doesn’t go as smoothly as it should when it comes to parenting rights.
That’s why we’re here: to help you get through those rough patches and stay strong during times when things get tough.
Dads are always dads
I know it’s hard. I know you’ve been through a lot, and that sometimes you feel like you don’t deserve to be a dad anymore. But here’s the thing: you are still the father of your children. They love you, and they need you.
You’ll make mistakes—everyone does—but that doesn’t mean you’re not good at being a dad anymore. You may have lost your job or gone through rough times, but that doesn’t make you any less of a man.
You’re still their dad! And they love you for it.