Let’s get a couple of f*cking things straight right now

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I need to make a couple things very clear. When I said that I would not tolerate any negative comments pertaining to my family’s current situation, I meant it. If you leave a negative comment, I will block you from leaving any further comments. I haven’t asked for anyone’s opinion, judgments, rude comments or marriage advice. I’ve banned two people today as a result of comments like this. One was so bad that it would devastate my kids if they ever read it.

It’s dick move and it’s very upsetting.

More importantly, I wanted to say a truly heartfelt thank you to the 99.999% of you who are respecting my wishes. Thank you so much for your kind words, love and support. Thank you for asking how the kids are doing and accepting that there are things about this I won’t talk about. It means a great deal. ♥

This is a very difficult time for myself and the kids. There is much about this situation that you do not understand because I won’t talk about it. My focus isn’t on who left, but rather who remains. My kids are and will always remain my primary focus.

I know it’s frustrating not knowing everything that’s going on, and it can lead to speculation. I’m sorry about that but it is what it is. I won’t comment on or respond to any questions asking for specifics about what happened. I have my reasons for that.

I will also say that I’m far from perfect and have never intended to portray myself otherwise. I’ve made mistakes in my life, I’ve not always made the best decisions, but I’ve always done my best to be the husband and father my family deserves. Of course, I’ve fallen short at times and there are things about myself that I need to work on. There’s baggage that I carry with me from past events that impact me more than I was aware of. I’m getting help for those things because doing so will make me a better version of me. My kids deserve the best version of me they can get and I fully intend to deliver on that.

You are welcome to think what you will but that doesn’t make you right, and I can live with that.

So once again, please do not leave nasty, heartless, thoughtless, rude or derogatory comments period, but especially in regards to this situation or the mother of my children. 😉

Thank you all again for the love and support. I can’t express how much I appreciate it. I hope you have a great night. ♥

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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I agree with Curtis. Some people think because it’s a blog, they get to tell you how to run your life, or criticize people’s behavior. I’ve always assumed I don’t know EVERYTHING and even if I did, piling on you and criticizing others never helps. Your care and concern for your loved ones is commendable.

Curtis G.

This is appalling that anyone would leave hurtful stupid comments regarding something that is no one’s business but yours. the fact that you so graciously share your life living with and dealing with the day by day ups and downs of what a parent has to deal with when you have autistic children is all that you owe to your audience and all we should expect. Like you, I’ve made mistakes in my life and things from my past are part of me. Why anyone would think they have the right to know everything that goes on in your very personal space is beyond me. Unfortunately, it appears this is a huge part of the social media culture. As far as I, being the parent of an older autistic young man and have gone through many of the things you have had to deal with and still dealing with in my late 60’s, I admire you as a father, a man and a human being. None of us are perfect. And no one has to right to sit at their keyboard and cowardly type in rude, insensitive comments regarding you and your present situation. I for one applaud you and thank you for sharing what you can of your life. The honesty you present of raising three sons with autism can help newer parents transverse what is a very, very often difficult path through life. I’m so sorry that at this difficult time, that I know you will get through, there are troll jackals out there with nothing better to do except lie in wait to quickly give their worthless opinions and negative comments about a situation that is totally none of their freaking business. Stay well Rob and I wish nothing but future better things for you and the boys. Sorry for the long comment but I’ve had negative comments slung my way in my past regarding personal issues of my family situation that was only my business and no one elses, so I know how it feels.