Growing Through Co-Parenting
Segregated-separated or divided
And if a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand. And if Satan rise up against himself, and be divided, he cannot stand, but hath an end.No man can enter into a strong man’s house, and spoil his goods, except he will first bind the strong man; and then he will spoil his house.
I dedicate this wisdom to Single Mother’s who are struggling between cutting the father out of a child’s life because of “Baby Momma-Daddy Drama,” lacking mental, physical, emotional, spiritual or financial support, or being left to clean up the mess from their child’s disappointment.
Do your best to be the peacemaker and take a L now, this will save your child from entertaining losers later.
As much as you know that he may lack character, your children will see him only as daddy who can do no wrong, until they mature to a place to discern on their own.
Don’t try to control his house from your house, if he’s not mature enough to have a healthy conversation, it’s best for you to pray it through.
AS much as you need a break, never put your children in harms way. If there is abuse, addiction, abandonment issues, seek after legal aid to protect your children from harm and danger.
If a woman/wife is involved, do your best to create a healthy relationship with her, she will be sowing seeds into your child.
Let’s Get To The Root Of The Issue
• Children are a gift from God
• Use discernment as well as wise counsel.
• Remove your heartbreak struggles from your parenting decision making.
• Forgive, forgive, forgive, & keep forgiving.
• Love like Christ
• Pray without ceasing
• Get a mediator
• The child’s needs must be put before anyone.
• Grow through it