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    I think raising a child on your own is taking responsibility.

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    Here's an idea... maybe... someone who knows that they themselves are not going to be a good parent... shouldn't make a baby...??

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    yeah I took responsibility, I left him. Couldnt be more responsible than that. Took a while though Ill admit it, but I did leave, and as I had three kids to him, and raised them by myself from the day they were born, (we were married while I had the first two, and fell pregnant with the third just before I left him I still raised them alone), I reakon thats taking responsibility.
    I wonder if he has taken responsibility for his actions? I dont think so, I dont think he can admit to himself that this is his doing yet, but he is paying child support, and he is seeing his kids regularly, although I dont think he should be commended for that, that should be the norm and anything above that deserves a pat on the back, but then Im harsh like that.

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