Fathers Day need to be Celebrated every day, not only for a day in a Year
By Urvashi Arya
Being a father is a crucial role that is rarely acknowledged. Can we take a moment to honor Dad? If you're a father reading this, I want you to know that you're important! Quite a bit. Science and psychology support it, but most importantly, you demonstrate it daily by standing in the gap for your family in this world. Every day you lead, love, provide for, protect, and teach them, you complete the most important responsibility you will ever be given: fatherhood.
I'd like to openly discuss the issues that males confront and offer practical solutions. If you've come this far, it's because you care as much as we do about your family's success. Here are five key attributes a motivated father instills in his children in your honor.
You spark your child's motivation. You never give up on them, no matter how difficult things become. And you keep pushing them to do better, work harder, care more deeply, and achieve their full potential. Our children aspire to please us. "My father gave me the greatest gift somebody could ever give another person: he believed in me," says one of my favorite quotes. — Jim, Coach
2. Moral Compass:
Is the part of Our moral obligation is to teach our children the difference between good and wrong. We do so by leading by example. We don't just tell them how to live; we model it for them every day. "Start youngsters beginning on the right path, and they will not stray even when they are old," the wise Proverbs advises.
As parents, we have little influence over medical issues or chemical imbalances. The presence of and relationship with one's father, on the other hand, is critical to a child's mental health if they are otherwise healthy. 'Daddy troubles' isn't just a slang term. It's true. Never relinquish your power and responsibility as a parent to your children. The wrong things will try to fill the gap that has been left behind. Maintain your composure.
You're delivering consequence to activity by filling your natural disciplinary function. Parental discipline is a delicate balancing act of nurturing and order. We establish clear standards, rigorously enforce rules, and instill personal responsibility. We acquired respect not by yelling or bullying but by simply assuring that good and bad actions would have consequences.
5. Assuring Safety:
The world seems enormous in the eyes of a small child. Dad, you're the same way. You're the Man of Steel. We value that position and work hard to earn it every day. Love is the source of all security. Continue to love your family.