When Dads Cry
This book was written to shine the light on issues facing fathers in family court. This book has been written to help you understand that everything in this book happens daily. You listen to breaking news of a child that has been neglected or a child that was abused but this happens in family court every day. We all look at the news and we see illegals separated from their children only for the world to respond that you should never separate parent from child while men are being separated from their children all the time.
What I hope you've gotten from this book is that family court, although they were meant to be in existence for the best interest of the child, is only interested in the bottom dollar. The best interest of the child is simply the best interest of the child; the world seems to be blind when the father has the best living arrangements when compared to the mother. Family Court is abusing children by allowing the best interest of the child to be exiled from the process.
I truly hope you read this book and you are open-minded to nothing but facts: this has nothing to do with man versus woman. This book is to give you an insight on the psychological damage, the stress, the pain, and the anxiety of a father. This book was written to help you understand when dads cry.