Men, what are your priorities?
- My job / career
- My kids
Why is that? Doesn’t the Bible teach:
Sure does. But watch the video to get an explanation as to why that’s not viable anymore, especially in this day and age.
As a father, I have a responsibility to protect my kids, not only in life, but online.
Monitoring and checking on their computer and social media use is an important part of any parent’s job to raise a child.
Don’t let your kids get involved in social media unless they know how to use it responsibly.
And always monitor what they’re doing online, because bad things happen, and the more you know what your kids are up to, the better position you’ll be to address these issues.
As most folks know, in a divorce, especially one that has kids, they suffer when both sides don’t get along.
Betrayal, hurt feelings, and resentment make for a bad time all around.
But as a man, you have to stow your feelings, and move on with the ultimate protection of the kids in mind.
I don’t care what she did. It’s immaterial now as you are getting divorced.
Your love is now dead, now your relationship is a ledger with credits and debits. Your contractual agreement now must be figured out.
And the best way to move forward for both parties, is to act like adults.