Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 20, a time for children to show their dads how much they love and appreciate them.
While the holiday pales in comparison to Mother’s Day, experts say fathers are more important to a child’s development than mothers.
Radio host Steve Harvey, a father of four, said this about Father’s Day: “Father’s Day dwarfs in comparison to Mother’s Day. It’s actually embarrassing. Ain’t no restaurants sold out…”
And radio personality Ryan Cameron, a father of three, said Father’s Day is the most disrespected holiday – and he’s tired of the disrespect.
If you are a successful businesswoman, your father probably had a lot to with the direction you’ve taken in life.
According to childcare experts, there are many factors that influence a young girl’s future, and a good dad is the key to success
Research has shown a strong father-daughter bond may play an important role in the kind of woman a little girl grows up to be.
Girls who had hands-on fathers during their early stages of development grew up to be healthier physically, were less likely to be depressed, and were less likely to become pregnant during their high school or college years.
More than 1 in 4 children in America live in a fatherless home. 3 out of 4 children are raised in single mother households in the Black community.
But there is good news.
A recent study shows dads are spending more time with their children today than they did two generations ago.
A father’s love is key to the way daughters view relationships with other men. If a father isn’t there during a daughter’s formative years, his absence can cause drama in her life later on.
Happy Father’s Day!