Personal Narrative: My Life After Fatherhood

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My three children: what did it change for me after fatherhood ?

(By Fabio Robert ( about 700 words)

I always thought that being a good husband and father would be a big challenge and a difficult step to overall adulthood. But one day, some forthcoming responsibilities intended to be heavy or impossible (being a good breadwinner or a supportive father) became true once in a while. Despite the fact I will have to deal with fatherhood for the rest of my life, nowadays it has many positive things for my behaviour as a good father in the sense of personal development.

Probably from a philosophical point of view a man who becomes a father acquires the consciousness of a new vision of his place in the world. But actually I think it was not my case. It was more a matter of attitude and longing for a strong family and all the benefits involved. Due to some memories from my teens, I realize I struggle every day to be a loving
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Some dads and moms find it difficult to deal lovingly with their children because they haven’t received adequate love and understanding from their own parents, but in my case I try to give them a kind of sincere and authentic love. Specifically talking about my son, he is now getting closer to begin the very half part of primary school and obviously it should make me feel older, but I just feel the opposite: I have stronger wishes of playing with him or sharing special moments in our daily living. Thanks to that healthy premise, today can ensure that my son and I are better friends than ever. The same happens with my other two kids: building a solid relationship is a daily effort to carry out within the

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