The Baby Mama Syndrome
Unwed Parents, Intimate Partners, Romantic Rivals, and the Rest of Us
Women fight among themselves over a man. Relatives, friends, neighbors, even employers get caught up in the disputes. The man terrorizes the woman. Kids are abused, neglected, ignored, sick, or pregnant themselves. Many children are caught in the crossfire between female rivals, between the parents, or between a parent and a “fiance.”
Mothers don’t finish high school, can’t find jobs, suffer medically and psychologically, move in with their own parents or with fiance after fiance, and repeatedly call on taxpayers to support them. Baby daddies take no interest in their children, don’t support them, expose them to new girlfriends, or are prevented by the baby mama from having a relationship with their children.
Judge Doyel has called upon what he learned on the bench to describe and define what he calls The Baby Mama Syndrome in this first of three books on the subject. He establishes the prevalence of the problem (starting with 1,600,000 unwed births a year) and spells out many of the often bizarre relationships and situations that unmarried parents and their children find themselves in.
The Baby Mama Syndrome reveals a world you never knew existed, a world of unconventional relationships, unrestrained sexual activity, unwed pregnancies, and violence described graphically by the people involved. Be prepared to be shocked, be prepared to be amused, but most of all, be prepared to be concerned — for the parents, the children, and the rest of us.
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