Summary: Too many kids are growing up in single-parent homes, mostly with the mother and no father. They don’t know that it is the family that makes life so much easier.
This is my first post on my new blog, abeneficialblog, and the post is called Fatherhood is the Answer, fatherhood being the answer. But what is the question? In a minute.
This blog is a place where people can read articles I have written or found on three topics: BIG, FITA and Reading. BIG stands for Business Is Good, good in the sense that it is beneficial to people and society. FITA stands for Fatherhood is the Answer. And Reading is the secret of success for our children. All three come together to make our country a better place. Business creates economic growth and stability—and jobs. Good jobs for dads and moms. Reading is the basis for most learning, for people to fill those jobs and have good homes.
So, what is the question that Fatherhood is the Answer, answers? I think too many kids are growing up in single-parent homes, mostly with the mother and no father. These kids don’t know what a family looks like, and how people who love each other care for each other. They don’t know that it is the family that makes life so much easier, happier, fulfilling and rewarding, emotionally and financially. Especially the boys. They don’t know what a dad should be. And the girls, there is a space in a girl’s heart that only a loving dad can fill. They look for that somewhere else.
They say identifying the problem is the first step in solving it. Here are two interesting quotes:
- “A problem well put is half solved.”–John Dewey
- “If I had an hour to solve a problem I’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.”–Albert Einstein
Fatherhood is the Answer. Absentee fathers is the problem. I know, I was one.
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