"Being a dad is a step by step process that you need to learn just be yourself and don’t be afraid to take risk"

Childhood, Teenage to Adults how men become a better dad? Is it a stage by stage process or it comes in natural way? Men mature usually 11 years after women according to a new survey.

Self-sacrifice, hard work and discipline are some key to become a better dad.

Becoming a Dad is never easy you have to be patient, be the provider and be the leader. Like a weight lifters men needs to have courage and to be strong to lift the family. Like a basketball player men needs to have a discipline to have a better foundation for the family. Like a love bird men needs to have a partner to help him in the things he will do usually it is his wife.

A new study suggests that a man’s attitudes towards fatherhood soon after his child’s birth, as well as his feelings of security as a father and partner, are more important than his involvement in childcare and household chores when it came to influencing a child’s later behavior. Here some the tips to develop you men as Dads.

  • Be yourself as a father

Being a dad does not have to be perfect but to be unique and the great one for your children.

  • Be honest all the time

Being a dad does not have to be giving all what they want, you need to have a limitation on what you can provide to them, be honest on what you can give to them be honest on what you are feeling you don’t have to be strong all the time.

  • Spend time with your children

Being a dad you need to have time with your children even you are busy on your work make time to bond with them.

  • Discipline With Love

All children need guidance and discipline, not as punishment, but to set reasonable limits. Remind your children of the consequences of their actions and provide meaningful rewards for desirable behavior.

  • Be a Role Model

Being a dad needs to be a role model whether they realize it or not, because children needs guidance on what they will do as a person.

  • Be a Teacher

Too often we think teaching is something others do at a school building but it has to start in home teach them to become a better person so they have a knowledge when they encounter different people.

  • Listen First, Talk Second

Take time and listen to your children’s ideas and problems. Listening helps them feel respected and understood.

  • Show affection

Children need the security that comes from knowing they are wanted, accepted, and loved by their family. Dad, get comfortable hugging your children. Showing affection every day is the best way to let your children know that you love them. You don’t have to be strong all the time.

Being a dad is a step by step process that you need to learn just be yourself and don’t be afraid to take risk.

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Jackylyn is an Oleia user and content contributor. She is a paradox, a conflicted contradiction. If she can’t figure herself out, there’s no way anyone else can.