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Top Five Ways in which Dads are Different: Conclusion

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Children really need both parents. While moms may be able to handle almost all the tasks, dads are naturally better at handling certain tasks. Most moms are better at care taking, protection, and nurturing. Besides, they can certainly also learn how to teach self-esteem and self-value through attitude, challenge, and determination. However, dads tend to be naturally better at setting up and facing the challenges that teach confidence and courage. Like the moms, they can also learn how to nurture, protect, and care for children. However, learning all the skills is difficult and takes a lot of hard work and determination. It is easier to recognize the gender based natural talents and complement each other in the task of raising kids with well-rounded personalities.



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Top Five Ways in which Dads are Different: Introduction

Top Five Ways in which Dads are Different: Handling Emotions

Top Five Ways in which Dads are Different: Inspiring Self-Confidence

Top Five Ways in which Dads are Different: Handling Responsibility

Top Five Ways in which Dads are Different: Disciplining Kids

Top Five Ways in which Dads are Different: Having Fun

Top Five Ways in which Dads are Different: Conclusion


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By Abby,   From Willow Park
In our family, these roles are sometimes reversed. I am the one to keep a cool head and respond when they children get hurt while my husband becomes somewhat blinded by emotion, but this article is excellent in pointing out that children need both a yin and a yang. I believe which role goes to which parent is really of little consequence. I'm happy to be able to attribute each of the listed qualities to one or the other of us and know that we are setting our children up for a healthy future, and I am so very proud to have such an excellent father for our kids.

 
 
 
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