Wednesday, 13 December 2017 17:21

Single Fathers Association President Responds To Toddler's Death

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The Single Fathers Association says it is for the prevention of unfortunate and unforeseen scenarios like these that it has been advocating for fathers facing difficulty when trying to gain access to their children.

Association President Rhondall Feeles said while he empathized with the parents, he is calling on mothers and fathers throughout the country to exercise emotional intelligence and encourage them to seek out assistance and counsel when overburdened with these parental issues.

He also called on the Government to show the required concern to treat with this epidemic that has been affecting the domestic lives of our people in Trinidad and Tobago for decades, by putting better legislation, policy and systems in place to assist parents having problems with co-parenting. 

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