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Anna June 15, 2014

4 reasons list only scratches the surface of why Fathers are so needed for kids to grow up well. Especially in our disconnected society. precisely because they are so necessary is the adversary using clever lies to lessen their rights to their children and their own views of the importance of their role in their child's life. We need to fight back.

Naomi RidingJune 15, 2014

I want to thank you for this article. I was looking for a way to honor my sons and sons-in-law who are all very good fathers. I sent this on because it does emphasize the good they are doing in their own families. If all men could realize their worth and rise to the occasion, the world could not doubt their worth. Naomi Riding

David StrahanJune 13, 2014

I have 5 children, 4 from my first marriage, and one in my current marriage. I loved your article and couldn't agree with the points you made more. But my frustration is about most dads (including myself) are marginalized and/or eliminated, against their will, upon a divorce. In most states, fathers are reduced to an occasional visitor with financial obligations. I wish that those who believe fathers are important continued to believe in their importance even when a marriage ends.

Bryce StevensJune 13, 2014

Great Article. Inspirational on many fronts, but as a father who strives to live correctly and nurture relationships with his children, this article gave me an extra boost of determination to be better, live better, and enjoy the efforts of being a better husband and father. Thanks for writing it!

NoushinJune 13, 2014

If you ask me, 'How long I'll be your love?' My answer will be, 'I don't know' Cause I really don't know which one is linger, 'FOREVER or ALWAYS?'



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