I just don't understand this. What if she didn't need his financial help because she had plenty of money and he didn't. What if they hated each other? What if she gave him royal hell every time he came over? What if he was only a one night stand?
Lets say she wanted adoption and he didn't, then Isn't that by definition not supporting her emotionally? What does any of this have to do with him and his child?
This is purely hypathetical, so lets not get heated.
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Lets say she wanted adoption and he didn't, then Isn't that by definition not supporting her emotionally?
I think you are confusing emotional support with a rubberstamp in this statement. It also depends, if the baby is being placed for adoption at birth every effort needs to be made to locate the father and once located if this child is news to him then his actions after he is informed have got to carry weight. Men aren't mind readers. Now if he clearly knew about the baby and walked away, then he needs to be held responsible. JMO
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