- A South African dad took to Twitter to share some co-parenting tips with his followers
- @Hlanga_O gave his tips on co-parenting a rather unique description by saying he does it to "avoid baby mama drama"
- Many SA dads were in his replies section asking for advice while others commended him for playing an active role in his child's life
@Hlanga_O took to Twitter to share some much-needed tips on how to take care of your kids when they leave with their mother. He shared his first tweet with the tips followed by two other tweets explaining his first.
He titled his Twitter post: "I do 4 things to avoid baby mama drama."
While many South African tweeps have heeded his advice, others have questioned the relationship he shares with his baby mama. Being apart but sharing a child had many SAns asking for more advice from @Hlanga_O.
Take a look at his tweets below:
Followed by the explanation tweets:
Below are just a few of the responses @Hlanga_O received from Saffa tweeps:
"I agree with everything except visitations. I can't be told when and where I could see my child. If I feel s/he is gonna stay with me this month then so be it."
"This is perfect. Me and baby daddy have this in place. Works like a charm."
"I would like to add that it’s you important to make a conscious effort to cultivate good relations with one’s baby mama(s) because it allows both of y’all to focus on what’s best for the child(ren)."
"This is very noble of you but it, unfortunately doesn't avoid baby mama drama for all men. I'm glad it works for you though."
In other news about relationship advice, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a lady who urged couples to consider mental health and not just financial status.@TarciaMakgolane headed to her Twitter page to share some advice about dating and marrying healthily.
According to her post, people should not only consider a person's financial status when it comes to getting into a relationship. Tarcia also interestingly encourages people looking for relationships to also consider a person's emotional and mental well-being as the two factors also play a huge role in the success of any relationship.
"We’re obsessed about dating & marrying financially stable partners, forgetting to check mental, emotional & spiritual stability," she captioned the Twitter post.
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