In some ways yes. But mostly i think mothers just express and show it more not necessarily LOVE more.
No, they don't. Thing is, men can be really queer fish, you know? Often, a child does not really understand how much his father cared about him until his father is dead or nearly dead.
No. But I do think that the difference people notice is merely an appearance thing. What I mean is that ,when you observe a family situation, it usually appears that way. The father is usually the disciplinarian, while the mother is the care giver. The father most often treats the children as if he thinks they should act more mature than they do at almost any given age. The mother is more in tune to what some refer to as 'stages of development'. What a child should be able to accomplish or understand at a given age. Another reason that it appears that the mother loves them more, is because she spends more time with them. Typically the father goes off to work everyday, while the mother stays at home with the child. This causes a stronger bond between the mother and child. If you would observe a family where the mother works outside the home and the father is the caregiver, I am sure you would see a stronger bond between the father and children. And consequently, if both parents work and day care is involved, the children are more likely to be somewhat evasive to either parent.
In any case, I think that in most cases, couples talk things over before becomming pregnant, and both agree to accept the responsibity of raising a child.
No. I know how much I love my kids and no one could possibly love them as much as I do.
Its equal yet different. In some cases its not. Just depends on the people not the sex...their background, and personalities ect.
no. absolutely not. a father can love just as much as the mother or more.
i think a mother loves un conditonially and a father loves un failing, just like the person said on here, they might love more because there mother are father wasn't around, and also goes for te mother, she could have not both parents in her life, and both wants to show there kids they both love them and will be there, but all mothers and fathers arn't the same, some are dead beats, and just don't want the kid, but thanks for letting post my answer......
I'm not sure that's the right question. I do believe, mainly because mothers carried and nurtured that baby for 9 months before birth, that mothers have already developed a special bond. But once again, I'm sure there are mothers who love more than the Dad, but I'm also sure there are some Dads who love more than the mother. Probably they each love in different ways.
No. I think that mothers have a deeper connection because for 9 months she carried that child, feeling and seeing it grow and develop. She suffered through labor and birth and it was all very much worth it to hold the baby in her arms for the first time. A mother is a nurturer...so I just think that there is a deeper connection.
Mothers and fathers are different and may sometimes express their love differently but I do not believe it is true that mothers love their children more than fathers do. Of course there are lots of good and bad mothers and fathers out there. Some parents don't love their children at all.
However among the good parents it is NOT necessarily the case that mothers love their kids more than fathers do