With Father’s Day just round the corner, I thought this would be the right time to share it with you.
If you’re a parent, you know that parenting is a tough job. And to do it single-handedly is even tougher.
There are many single mothers who try to fill up the void created by the absence of fathers to fulfill the role in child development.
However, there are married women too, who try to do the same because the fathers in those families don’t realize the importance of their role.
But the scenario isn’t always all that bad because there are also many fathers who understand their importance and play the role of the father beautifully for the development of the child.
So, we’ve three kinds of families with different types of fathers, and any research will spot out the difference in the development of the child in each of these families.
This post is for all mothers, whether single or married, non-involved fathers, involved fathers, and even those young men who are about to or will become fathers in the near future.
Once aware and educated about the importance of being a father, every man can make his children would be proud of him.
On Father’s Day, here’s my tribute to all wonderful fathers who make a difference to their children and their lives. It’s to tell them that they are ALL special.
“Fathers, like mothers, are not born. Men grow into fathers and fathering is a very important stage in their development.” ~ David Gottesman
No doubt the father’s role in child development has changed in the previous decades in many cultures and countries.