Fathers Day / March 4, 2019 / Lauri Cooke.
20th June is the ideal day to express your appreciation for your father who has left no stone unturned to bring you up. You have guessed it right it is the fathers day. So wake up and think a lot what to buy as the fathers day gifts. You have priceless collection of fond memories that you flip through to get back to the good old days whenever you find time. Each moment of your childhood days is unforgettable for your dad too. Why not embark on the journey to the bygone days with your father on this day? But always make sure to add to this special day. You can do so with your innovative ideas and fascinating fathers day gifts.
This act of yours will tell him that you still care for him. Today Fathers Day is celebrated in more than 50 countries all over the world on the third Sunday of June. In 2010 the third Sunday of June and thus Fathers Day will be on the 20th. This holiday is similar with Mothers Day only that it is (obviously) for fathers. We used to make gifts for our mothers every year on Mothers Day. Why not search for Fathers Day presents as well? Fathers Day presents can be anything you think will make your dad really happy. Is your dad an avid reader? Then buy him a book you are sure he will really like.
Fathers Day is also an opportunity to reflect on the things were sure wed like to do differently. Looking to improve and do a better job be determined not to repeat the mistakes that were made with us is all part of growing up and aiming to be the best we can be when we come to parent our own children. Susan Leigh is a Counsellor and Hypnotherapist who works with stressed individuals to promote confidence and self belief with couples experiencing relationship difficulties to improve communications and understanding and with business clients to support the health and motivation levels of individuals and teams.
He taught us through "trickery." My father would "trick" us into doing chores he thought we may not want to do such as "Girls dont you dare polish my shoes." Being daring girls - wed polish his shoes. It was Dads game but we were always willing players. Dad enjoyed simple things like this and he appreciated having these chores done. He was such a kind man that he found his pleasure not in receiving but in giving. This was one of the greatest lessons we all learned from Dad. When his girls grew up and left the nest food would appear in our cupboards from "no where." Money would be found in our purses mysteriously but always after a visit from Dad.
Fathers Day is the time when were encouraged to give cards whiskey cigars to our fathers in recognition of their valuable role in our lives. But these days many homes are single-parent families with an absent father maybe seen only occasionally. Step-fathers grandfathers uncles neighbours teachers can all occupy the position of significant male role model and may actually be more supportive and reliable that our real father. Father is often a childs first significant male role model. If he falls short is a disappointment the child may become defensive shut off emotionally in a bid to avoid further hurt and let down determined to show they dont care.