It all depends on the particulars, details and conditions of the existence of a particular family. However, often the solution to the question “whether it is possible to raise a child without a father” is based on two extremes, on two roots of incorrect mutually exclusive beliefs, which our society, including other specialists, operates in the most (depending on the situation).
The first postulate: “A child needs a father. Without a father, children will not grow up full”
In principle, of course, this is not without a common sense, but that’s precisely in principle. When you begin to move to specific situations, it’s time to panic at your head: this conviction is so severe. Continue reading