Thursday, 12 June 2014

Father's Day Tips



In the light of parenting roles, we have come to believe that fathers do not play as much significant roles as mothers in the family. However, research has shown that fathers have a greater influence on their children (especially males) than they are given credit for.
We emphasis on celebrating mothers more than we do fathers.  Well, if you ask me...that's partiality. 
Do unto your father what you will do unto your mother (sounds Biblical though but not a Bible passage).

 
In case you don't know Father's Day is around the corner, and you are reading this article just in time to make plans for your dad, if you do not have any already. Its a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in the society. Many countries celebrate it on the third Sunday of June,  and this year's fathers day falls on the 15th (this Sunday).

All over space, adults neglecting their fathers have remained a recurring issue and has led to discussions advocating that we show our fathers more appreciation – Why not take a cue and celebrate your dad?
 If your father is late...may his gentle soul rest in God's bossom. Do well to acknowledge his absence,  but still find a father figure around you to celebrate.



If you don't stay with your dad, plan to visit him this Sunday, with of course a gift, spend some time with him, gist and catch up on old times. Help him out with anything he finds difficult to handle (eg: his new galaxy S5 that he doesn't know how to operate, but bought anyways to show off).
If you can't visit him, call him and shower him with love, send gifts across to him (a nice wrist watch,  a pair of branded shoes,  a new wallet & some mint notes in it, perfumes,  a combination of all if you can afford it).

Buy your dad something he can remember you with whenever he uses it.
As a matter of fact no gift you give your dad can equate all the money he has invested on you, so give back generously without a grudge.

If you still stay in your dad's house and you are over 25 years of age (male or female), Please give him the perfect gift of moving out of his house, into your own apartment or your husband's house. *straight face*
And if you have nothing to give to your dad... don't worry you will soon. In the main time download my new Gospel song "Refresh Me" and send to him to listen and stay refreshed. It wont cost you *tongue out*


Click HERE to download "Refresh Me" by AJ



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