CHILD SUPPORT  

rm_GMC1979406 38M
7 posts
9/4/2005 7:26 am

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CHILD SUPPORT


JUST WONDERING FOR NOW HOW WOMAN, CAN'T UNDERSTAND THAT SOME MEN JUST CAN'T BE THIER FOR THERE CHILDREN. I AM A MILITARY MAN HAVE A 2 YEAR OLD SON. HE LIVES WITH HIS MOTHER IN ANOTHER STATE. MY JOB CURRENTLY DOESN'T LET ME BE ABLE TO HAVE THE TIME TO GO SEE HIM. BUT SHE THINKS CAUSE HER BROTHER IS IN THE MILITARY AND GOES HOME TO SHE HIS FAMILY THAT I HAVE THE SAME AMOUNT OF TIME AS HE DOES. MY JOB IS VERY TIME DEMANDING ON SOME ONE I RARELY HAVE TIME FOR MYSELF. ANY THOUGHTS ON EITHER WOMAN OR MEN THAT ARE INEPT TO SEE A BIGGER PICTURE IN LIFE.

Ecaffiene 52F

9/4/2005 9:13 am

It all depends what State she lives in.Even the Military gives time off and if you really really wanted to you could see your son,you sound like you are making excuses.Unless you are out of the country you have NO excuses.


MrRedickulust 46M
15 posts
9/4/2005 9:17 am

i can totally relate to your situation. i spent 4 years in the army and was station in an artillery unit in germany. my unit spent months in the field, and frequent flying from germany to detroit wasn't easy. for my son's first 2 years of his life, i was able to fly home about 3 times a year. it was tough, because i miss so much, but i was able to provide financial assistance and health insurance for him. do the best you can, and if you don't have an allotment for your support amount, get one. your les statment maybe the only proof that you sent child support. i wasn't so fortunate, and when i returned to the states, i had no proof i was supporting my son, because we didn't have a support order, and i didn't have an allotment. my son's mother didn't have a checking account, and i was foolish enough to send cash in the mail. yeah, i was young and stupid at the time. actually, i didn't think she would pull some shit like that, but we were both kids and she was getting bad advice from her stupid friends. good luck, and hopefully your job situation will change soon.....


your_gypsy 51F

9/4/2005 9:30 am

my son's father lives in a different state. he doesn't pay child support. i don't take him to court over it, however, because i just want to avoid hassles and i make enough to support our son. he earns very little income. what "i" truly care about is him seeing our son as much as possible as he grows up. we are trying, and have to be reminded every so often, that it is not what the father or the mother want, but what the child needs.


rm_GMC1979406 38M

9/9/2005 11:31 pm

TANK YOU FOR THE ADVISE ITS GOOD ONES TOO. I DON'T MAKE EXUSES. AND I DON'T WANT SYMPANTHY EITHER. I PAY MY CHILD SUPPORT, AND HEALTH INSURENCE FOR HIM, AND I WANT TO BE THEIR FOR HIM I SEND HIM PICTURES OF ME AND VIDEO TAPES OF ME READING STORIES TO HIM OF WHAT HE LIKES. BUT MY SON'S MOTHER DOESN'T REALIZE THAT I AM A MARINE CORPS. DRILL INSTRUCTOR I SPEND 13 WEEKS STRAIGHT WITH 18-30 YEAR OLD KIDS TRAINNING THEM DAY IN AND DAY OUT FOR THREE MONTHS STRAIGHT THEN HAVE TO TURN RIGHT AROUND AND DO IT AGAIN RIGHT AFTER I FINISHED ONE BATCH OF KIDS. AND YOUR RIGHT I FEEL THAT SHE IS STILL THINKING ON AN IMATURE LEVEL THEN I AM. SHE WON'T COME SEE ME, AND I CAN'T GO SEE HIM AT THIS TIME FOR THE NEXT THREE YEARS. (GMC1979406)


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