Law on dating
The pressures are the same but with less help, advice and awareness available, it may not be as easy for single fathers to obtain support with fears of failing & judgement at the forefront of their minds.
This part of their life does not need to reflect on how good of a dad they are to their kids.
Could it be that as a society we have become so far obsessed with equal opportunities within gender towards women, that we have created somewhat of a parallel paradox against the very issues surrounding men and more specifically single fathers?
The obstacles and issues facing single dads occur because of: So for a father, his abilities as a sole parent or guardian are brought to the fore and judged a lot more harshly than in other circumstances.
More discussion, coverage & news would no doubt help in that.
The legal view – Helen Kay of HMK Legal “Whilst single dads have the same rights as single mums in terms of the legal right to request flexible working, many feel that there is a stigma attached to asking to go part time and that it will irreparably damage their careers.