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The power of good father figures

Being a father figure is an important role for all men, e.g. uncles, grandfathers, teachers, sports coaches, youth/scout leaders and pastors.

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Let kids know your love is unconditional

Your words and actions should always reflect unconditional love for your kids.

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Tell your kids that your love is unconditional

Loving your children unconditionally means loving them no matter what.

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What dads need

The world today is vastly different to the world dads of today grew up in. Recognise this and learn how to be the best dad you can be.

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Being a Great Father Can Be Quick and Simple

There are many things that fathers can do in the midst of a busy life to make a difference in the lives of their children.

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Learn about becoming a better father

Very few men are “naturals” when it comes to fathering and mentoring. Recognise this and take steps to learn more.

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Show your children you love them, always

Don’t just spend the fun times with your kids and then withdraw as soon as things get serious – love means sharing the tough times too.

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Get creative in showing your children you love them

Actions speak louder than words – telling your children you love them is meaningless if you don’t follow this up with purposeful action.

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Be a Father Figure for a Child in Need

A father figure doesn’t have to be an immediate male member of the family. You can always be a father figure to your child’s friends at school.

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Help your kids feel special

The way you relate to your child tells them a lot about how you feel about them. Consciously seek to interact with them so that they feel special.