Fathers are central to the emotional well-being of their children; they are capable care takers and disciplinarians. Studies show that if your child’s father is affectionate, supportive, and involved, he can contribute greatly to your child’s cognitive, language, and social development, as well as academic achievement, a strong inner core resource, sense of well-being, good self-esteem, and authenticity.
Fathers influence, your child’s primary relationship with his/her father can affect all of your child’s relationships from birth to death, including those with friends, lovers, and spouses. Those early patterns of interaction with father are the very patterns that will be projected forward into all relationships…forever more: not only your child’s intrinsic idea of who he/she is as he/she relates to others, but also, the range of what your child considers acceptable and loving.
However when there was a trend on twitter on Dad advises people shared weirdest advice that they were given by their Dads. Here are some compilations:
#Dadvise my sixteen birthday i got a journal which my dad wrote never date boys with vans. Clearly he was reffering to the 70s
— Victoria Anne (@victoria_anne) June 13, 2014
He once told me to wear loose clothes and braids so when I would actually dress up people would think I’m hot.
I didn’t take his #Dadvise
— DonaMarie V Kelley (@DonaMarie_) June 11, 2014
— Kishen Sedani ॐ (@KishenSedani) June 11, 2014
Never rub another mans rhubarb. #dadvise
— Kevin Sullivan (@KSully17Chicago) June 11, 2014
— Janice Millican (@JaniceJmil) June 11, 2014
— Sydney Call (@sycall13) June 11, 2014
— cheryl marshall (@cherylmdoo) August 29, 2014
#Dadvise always have an even family number so know one rides alone at Disneyland
— James (@james15deleon) June 13, 2014