My Crazy Mother Abandoned Me - MGTOW
Sponsor Link: <br>The Men's Guide to High-Conflict Divorce & The Police Are Not Your Friends <br>https://amzn.to/36YftNl <br> <br>Mystery Link: https://youtu.be/F8B8y9JeyuA <br> <br>Odysee.TV: https://odysee.com/@SandmanMGTOW:c <br>Bitchute Link: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/YIxeDBpkwsLT/ <br> <br>SubscribeStar.com: https://www.subscribestar.com/sandman <br> <br>Paypal / Email: Sandmanmgtow @ Gmail.com <br> <br> <br>Hi Everyone <br> <br>This video is brought to you by a donation from Fat Cat and here's what she has to say: "Hello Sandman, When my son was learning to walk we took him to an indoor playground. I don't like these places, but I played with him anyway. He took a nap after we got back home. His dad said I'm different from other moms in the way I play with him. I'd like to roughhouse a lot as kid, but that was not it. My son tried to walk on a balance beam for a bit and almost fell. I just kept him in place and let him find his balance on his own. Apparently thats not what other moms where doing. The kids either fell or never got a change to correct themselves. My time with my son is limited and there is no one more aware of that then myself. So, yes I'm generally an absent parent. I've seen a lot of absent parents in and outside my family. I have uncles on both side who had kids with different women. They are absent, but still take care of there kids financialy. I don't see the problem. My dad was pretty much absent do to work and my mom had other things to deal with. Growing up my eldest sister was the go to adult unless one of my parents was around. After she moved out my parents made sure there was an adult around until most of us where adults. Apart from my mother I'm not to familiar with absentee moms that didn't pass away or ran off somewhere. Some moms seem to be able to be fiscally present and mentally absent. The time I or his dad can't spend with our son, I make sure he gets to be somewhere he can enjoy himself and make some friends. Since he is pretty easy going he is welcome at most places. I'm not sure how not to be as overbearing and yet uninvolved as my parents. I remember it being annoying and confusing. If you have any suggestions I'd like to hear them." Well Fat Cat thanks for the donation and topic. No you're not crazy and abandoning your child but I struggled to summarize your situation so I used some click bait. I think that everyone needs to know that you have had health issues after an accident that has left you dealing with sensitivity to sounds which is usually one of the hallmarks of post traumatic stress disorder. A hundred years ago you would have been sent off to the crazy cat lady looney bin and been electrocuted until all you could do is smile. As to how not to be overbearing with your son, your only child that's tricky. Because you only have one child as opposed to three or four you just naturally have to be more protective because he's your only chance to pass down your genes. You're a millennial parent and they tend to be over protective. You didn't let him fall off the balancing beam and maybe you're virtue signalling that you're a good mom for doing so? That's what it sounds like to me. But you're hurting your son by not letting him fall. You've got to let him be independent and fall over and bruise himself up a bit so that he learns his physical limitations. <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request.