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Fatherless children

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Video about an injustice that has affected many lives. From this I'm hoping to

Video about an injustice that has affected many lives. From this I'm hoping to

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  • 1.
  • 2. What’s the Purpose?
    It’s a serious injustice problem
    It isn’t fair for children to have serious depression stages for their fathers actions and decisions.
    Children are seriously affected from this and it’s time for a change!
  • 3. Serious Affections
    Boys and girls are exposed to gangs.
    Due to feeling lonely, some commit suicide at very young ages.
    Mood swings (depression, phobias, sadness, etc)
    Poor grades and some drop out of school.
    Serious alcohol and drug usage.
  • 4. Statics On Affection
    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 24 million children in America -- one out of three -- live in biological father-absent homes.
    Being raised by a single mother raises the risk of teen pregnancy, marrying with less than a high school degree, and forming a marriage where both partners have less than a high school degree.
    Even after controlling for community context, there is significantly more drug use among children who do not live with their mother and father.
    Sources from: National Fatherhood Initiative: www.fatherhood.org
  • 5. Personal Story
    Neverknewwhatitfeltliketohave a father in my life, butitwasn’tanybodyfaultsbuthis. I willneverknowhowitfeelstocallsomebody a father. However, my motheris my everything! Watchingherraisefivechildrenonherownwasn’teasy at all. Sheshowedstrength and couragewhenshewaswithusbutbehindcloseddoors, shewasdepressed and justhad a lotonhermind. Thisaffectedus, becausewehadtowatchhergothroughhell and back justforustobehappy.
  • 6. WhatShouldWe Do?
    As parents, weshouldbewiseraboutthedecisions and actionswemake and thinkaboutwhoitaffectsbeforeactuallydoing.
    As friends, givefatherlessfriendsstrength and advicetohowtocontinuetomoveon in life
    As teachers and mentors, weshouldhelpfindconfidence in studentswho are reallybotheredbythesituation.
    As siblings, weshouldhelp and supporteachotherratherthanteasingeachother.
  • 7. Changes That Can Be Made
    Raise children to be happy, with both parents
    Set a good example for each others children, and not only yours.
    Take responsibility in your actions.
    Can save children from doing drugs, alcohol, dropping out, being in jail, etc.
    Help better the future!
  • 8. IT’S TIME TO…
    • Make a better future
    • 9. Make children happy
    • 10. Stop kids from doing damage to themselves
    • 11. BE HAPPY!! 

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