Dear Herschelle Gibbs, from a child whose dad didn’t pay maintenance

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Dear Herschelle Gibbs, from a child whose dad didn’t pay maintenance

I get that you might not want to be a dad right now, or ever.

I understand that it might seem overwhelming. And that you might not love your son’s mother. That this is not the season for you to be a dad. I get it all, and I don’t judge you for it. However. Even though you don’t want to be a part of your son’s life, or that of his mother, I feel it imperative that I speak out. You see, being raised by a single mom, I believe that had my father paid a monthly contribution to my upbringing, I maybe could have been more, achieved more, believed more, and perhaps even...


 


 


 

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