Just be yourself and honest

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Be there for him. Support his dreams and motivate him to always do his best let him know you are proud of him and teach him to become an independent, just, and wise person.

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raise him with love to be a decent human being.

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Don't make the same mistake. Be yourself, know you are deserving of your child, there is a reason you are their father. Give them all the love you never recieved from your father. Your child will always remember. Always.

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My husband grew up with no father and together we have raised three healthy sons with great attitudes and bright futures. We've been married 30 years. Our boys are all grown now.<br />
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He had to grow into being a father. He did not have a role model so he had to practice and undo a lot of the rotten parenting his angry, bitter mother had used on him. So let anything negative that happened as a result of your father's abandonment of you go. Seek help if you have to, but let it go as best you can.<br />
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Show your love to your son. This does not mean you have to constantly tell him you love him or hug him every day (although that would be great), if you are uncomfortable with showing your emotions like my husband is, you can show your love in many other ways. <br />
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My husband shows his love by being a good example, by listening to their problems without judgment and offering advice, a helping hand, guidance and commiseration as the situation calls for. Sometimes they just want to talk to dad and have him say nothing much. Sometimes they really need his guidance. Sometimes they just need him to crack a dumb joke and lift their spirits. It just depends, but he is always there for whatever situation arises. He is on their side. <br />
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My husband learned to be an active participant in their upbringing. He didn't just sit on the sidelines. He knew their friends when they were growing up and knew where they were and what they were doing. This didn't come naturally to him. It took practice and adjustments in his habits and ways of thinking.<br />
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All of these things can be practiced and learned. You will be a great dad, I can tell, because you cared enough to ask for advice.

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