Fathers play an important role in a child’s development from birth through adulthood. Parents strive to make kid’s lives better before they come in this world and continue to do that till their last breath. The sacrifices they make for their children are innumerable. Even relaxing after a busy day at work seems difficult as little baby is eagerly waiting to play with the parents the whole day. The ‘Me time’ is out of the schedule forever for a parent.
Fathers are the ones who leave their tears , sweat and pain outside of the home, just in order so that they could see their family smile. The tension of the office, is always left outside, which as per they believe is relieved as soon as they reach home and see a smile on their daughters face.
Parents have unconditional love for kids. With old age parents become our kids and need love and care. Remember, a parent never retires. Maybe their words of wisdom don’t hold relevance in today’s world, but experience is the best teacher. After all sacrifices if a parent doesn’t even get love and respect, imagine the trauma they’ll suffer. The world is becoming smaller and we need to move places to grow professionally. We don’t need to drag our parents in their old age everywhere. Just genuine love and being there when they need us is more than sufficient for them to feel proud of their upbringing.
Fathers are the most misunderstood people, mostly they are even misinterpreted due to their virtue to remain quite or it could be said as the societal thinking, the way in which he is raised that he needs to hide his emotions. Father-child relationships reflect the nuanced kinds of involvement that children require from their dads and simultaneously highlight fatherhood’s central role in male adult development.
That person you see as your ideal, the most strong faced one in the family, is actually a little child from within, the first hero in the eyes of a daughter and the first role model in the eyes of the son. For parents, their children are everything and they would do anything to put a smile on their faces. Instead of buying themselves new and better things, parents put their children first and make sure that they are happy and content. Your parents always put your comfort above theirs.
As fathers, sacrifices we make never go unnoticed. It’s the only going noticed by just us father’s. When children grow Beatles things start to make sense in their past. They realize no word is wasted, everything is an exercise in futility, everything you do is for their benefit. It sure would be great if they learn that sooner rather than later their children not adults. I quite often hear motherhood is the hardest job of there is that’s a bucket of shit! As fathers carry the burden for our families well women get to worry about the nonsensical, we’re worried about our safety, security, well being, health, entertainment, shelter, sustenance. Father is a figure in a child’s life who a child looks up to.
Fathers, like mothers, are pillars in the development of a child’s emotional well-being. Children look to their fathers to lay down the rules and enforce them. They also look to their fathers to provide a feeling of security, both physical and emotional. Children want to make their fathers proud, and an involved father promotes inner growth and strength. Studies have shown that when fathers are affectionate and supportive, it greatly affects a child’s cognitive and social development. It also imparts an overall sense of well-being and self confidence. He is a constant source of inspiration for any child. Leaving some exceptions , the moment man becomes a father, his responsibilities increase manifold. This is really true that, the grey hair and wrinkles are just a passage within the time and the sacrifice they have made. The smile on your faces is just a gift because of their sacrifices. But then, why is that whenever we talk about loving and caring, a mother is looked upon.
The way a father treats his child will influence what he or she looks for in other people. Friends, lovers, and spouses will all be chosen based on how the child perceived the meaning of the relationship with his or her father. The patterns a father sets in the relationships with his children will dictate how his children relate with other people.