I posted a new survey on my website today. I want to know what pisses moms off about not collecting their child support, but instead I surveyed moms and asked them what annoys them about not collecting their child support. Annoyed. That’s what I asked. Now I am annoyed at myself and I apologize because that was a rather namby pamby way of asking what I really want to know.
I don’t want to know what annoys you about your unpaid child support. I want to know what pisses you off. When you not collecting and you have all of that stress on you as the sole provider for your children because the other parent has not decided to work a job that he finds to be beneath him, in order to support his offspring…I’m sure that you get pissed off. The fact that he has not just set his mind to finding something – anything – which would enable them to support his offspring and help you in some sort of honest way that resembles being a parent, you don’t get annoyed. You get downright hot about that.
I try not to use language like that. I just don’t like to, but I find that I have a hair-like trigger at times when it comes to watching moms and kids suffer when they are not receiving what is rightfully theirs and at the hands of someone who would rather be selfish and self-serving, than to be selfless and responsible. I was doing just fine this morning until I had a business conversation with one of those “father’s rights” types who went on to explain that “most of the time” father’s who don’t pay just don’t have the means – as if that is an acceptable answer even if it were true. What about obligation? What about responsibility? What about caring for and about your family?
I find it to be offensive to dismiss one’s obligation by saying “I just don’t have a job”. Unless they “just don’t have a job” because they are disabled in some way as well, that is no excuse. Yet we allow this immature level of thinking and behaving. I listened to this lame mantra and I got pissed off and wished that I had named the survey appropriately instead of using the mealy-mouthed word “annoyed” in the title.
So despite my departure from what are true and honest feelings, please visit my survey this week. I really want to know what pisses you off about your child support arrears.
Wishing you the best,
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