No Pussy Blocking, Moms!

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Single Moms!! We need to talk! Especially if you are raising boys! Don’t pussy block your adult son!! Once a man is grown, develops needs of his own, he is not a child. He is not there to take care of your every need. Many sons feel financially responsible for their Moms after years of her taking care of them and siblings. I understand the sentiment. But when that supports interferes with a man’s ability to have a relationship that support needs to change. I’ve heard stories of men not able to fulfill their responsibilities to their wife or girlfriend because Mama hasn’t learned her new place.

Moms you know damn well you don’t want a man in your life that’s always running behind his Mama. So why would you do that to your son? Are you trying to ruin any possibility he has for a successful relationship? Step aside Mothers.

Let your son be a man. Let him learn the mistakes we all do of when having intimate relationships. Allow him to find out what he needs to know about his current girlfriend. Allow him to be a man! Step aside. Your job is done. Who he dates is not your concern.

Mothers, live your life boldly, praying over your son while allowing him the space to be a man. We often complain about our male companions but fail to realize a woman somewhere raised him. We are raising boy that will become young men. We need to raise them to become the type of men we’d want to date, not avoid like the plague.

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4 Comments

  1. Valerie R. August 21, 2017 6:30 pm

    I’ll cross this bridge when I get there, but this is very insightful as a lot of moms get in their children’s way of having healthy relationships.

  2. Joanna August 21, 2017 9:20 am

    Girllllllll! I understand there are some mothers that need to be taken care of because of age, illness or other factors, but the grown boys get the huge side eye. This is so on point.

  3. Tracey Crockett August 21, 2017 12:04 am

    Preach my sister! I’m not a mother of boys, but you are spot on. I see so many women making their sons their men indirectly and that is so not cool. Great post!

  4. Bablofil April 14, 2017 4:33 pm

    Thanks, great article.

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