A Father Essay

Submitted By tiffyquake77
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A Father


A father makes all the difference in a child's life. He's a pillar of strength, support and discipline. His work is endless and, oftentimes, thankless. But in the end, it shows in the sound, well-adjusted children he raises. A father is a person who loves and respects you. He is the greatest that your eyes will ever see, you will never meet no other man like him.
A father realizes that his children are human, and that making mistakes is part of growing up. Spending money recklessly, getting into minor car accidents, getting drunk and sick for the first time, even dating , and a good father recognizes this. However, he makes it clear that repeated irresponsibility won't be tolerated. Even though he gets upset at his children's wrong doings and may be disappointed that they did not attain what he hoped for them, a father loves his children no less for it.
A dad knows how to have fun with his kids too, taking them out to games, to watch movies, and supporting their sports teams by showing up at their games. He takes the time to listen to his kids and have a good, nice chat with them. He also makes time to help them with their homework, every night if necessary.
As the man of the house, a father will do whatever he can for his family. He'll take a second job to provide for them, and he'll put his own safety on the line to keep them out of harm's way.
He’ll get up in the middle of the night to comfort you from a bad dream.
A father is…