Is the Economy Killing Fatherhood?
Author: Tom Watson
How to be in control of your life no matter what hand you have been dealt. Four tips for dads on how to be a better father in a tough economy. While being a good provider is important that is not all there is to being a good father.
Watson was orphaned at a young age, shuffled between 13 foster homes and discovered what it meant to be a man when he was adopted by the Watson family
Establish sustainable traditions - focus on celebrating life's small victories in a sustainable fashion, and repeat the celebration every time the occasion arises.
Put your spouse first and your children second - This might seem contrary to the way many people think, but as Tom explains in Man Shoes, with numerous challenges facing relationships today people often lose sight of the fact that husbands and wives are a team. By staying strong as a couple, you can build a more stable foundation for your children.
Don't Blink! - Remember as a teenager you thought being 30 was old? Once you hit 30, you realize how quickly time has passed, and before you know it even more years fly by. Life is short, so treasure the moments.
Traditions - It's never too late to start a fresh page in your life…
4 tips for Fatherhood:
1- Share Time
2- Make a Schedule
3- A little time is better than none
4- Don't plan big
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