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SNEAK PEEK of ‘You’re Not My Daddy’ Chapter of the upcoming eBook ‘I Want My Daddy… The Psychology of Abandonment’

A section of the Chapter- “YOU’RE NOT MY DADDY”

When I reached my pre-teen years my mom had already been in two marriages, and with the last one being abusive, I wasn’t keen on any new man joining our family. We were getting some rehab work done to our house when two of the men working on it were more focused on my mom than the job at hand; obviously, the one IMG_grandpa picwhich ended up being my step dad triumphed over the other. Mark was always nice, almost too nice, and childlike at times, which made him fun.  However, I resisted liking him.  I didn’t trust him.  I kept my walls up refusing to totally accept this guy in our family.  I was old enough where I could not be forced to call him Dad so I called him by his name in pleasurable defiance against my mom.

 

Some people in my family liked Mark, while others could not stand him.   I was waiting on Mark to fuck up and hurt my mom, but he didn’t.  One year passed than another and another.  In that time, our relationship developed and grew.  We played video games on his Sega Genesis, like Madden and PGA Golf.  On one occasion he let me drive the family car.  He took me fishing. He came to one of my basketball games.  He also proudly attended my High School Graduation.

 

He always took liberty in chastising every boyfriend, and even body slammed one who got out of line. He was there for me then and is here for me now. After being an only child for most of my young life; I gained two beautiful siblings that confirmed our family unit.  He would never abandon them and he didn’t abandon me.  For the first time in a long time, I belonged to a family with a father present.  It took a long time to develop the relationship we have now, but he was patient in earning my trust and love. Although he is not my biological dad, he accepted my stubborn ass, and loved me like I was always his.  Now my kids call him “Papa.”

 

I’m confident he will never abandon our family; and without interruption or introduction, my kids will always know him as their granddad.   He is now doing for my kids what he has always done for me and that is being a man I can always rely on.  I don’t call him Mark; I proudly call him Dad.

 

I Want My Daddy… The Psychology of Abandonment is due to be released on AMAZON September 23rd, 2014, but it’s also available for pre-order.  Don’t wait; get it now!

 

 

T. Nicole Taylor
T. Nicole Taylor is an author, blogger, community activist, 9 to 5 worker and full-time mom who want to help other single mothers heal and protect their kids from the effects of abandonment from their father. She also wants to help more men who are dads to realize the importance of their roles. With a strong urge to not fear their own inadequacies, because there is long lasting value in their time and care. As a testament of her own battles of being abandoned by an absent father, T. Nicole discovers ways in which she believes can help reduce the effects of abandonment and also increase the need for accountability. T. Nicole’s writing is provocative, thought provoking, and sometimes controversial. She is a writer who is not afraid to touch on the tough topics. I Want My Daddy…The Psychology of Abandonment is her first solo eBook. She has also co-authored a seductive and funny eBook, Soulful Vagina, with an incredible writing genius FBK aka Franki Johnnie whose done an interview on the Tom Joyner Morning Show. The duo was also on the Lincoln Ware Show on 1230 WDBZ the Buzz. T. Nicole Taylor is a native of Cincinnati, Oh. She has three beautiful kids and a dog. She has studied at the University of Cincinnati College of Arts and Science and graduated with honors with both an Associates in Paralegal Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies at Kaplan University.

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