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Is "daddy" Just Another Word?

I've been searching to see if i can find a family where a child will say "i love my daddy just the way he behaves",but i've found none.its a pity though that most african children just live wit a man who has no daddy aspect in them.it hurts real bad especially when the crown it wit wicked acts towards our mothers who do their duty so well.i know cos i'm a victim n stil live wit it as i write.i just hope our fathers will pause n think just4a minute before they act cos u r just deepening the barrier

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It takes any man with a dikc to be a daddy, but takes one with wisdom and a heart to be a father.

i love my father.

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yea I understand what you mean about a lot of "fathers" being irresponsible. You seem like you'll make a good father though. Goodluck

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Does that make any sense?

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Plz, help me talk to men of this generation o.

There's a diff b/w being called a father and actually being a father.

Every woman would rather want a man that's afather rather than one that's called "father" as a husband and one for her kids.

Plz talk to them o, help them listen.

hmmmph

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Most Men do not know their roles as parents, they believe all that matters is putting food an the table. They simply do not care about any other thing. The way they treat their wives does not even help the situation.

No wonder they always get kparaga as gifts at d even of d day!!

Wish u young men will learn.

But nevertheless I love my dad more

but I respect my mum so much more!!

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Me i love my daddy ooh, i love him just the way he is, even though he makes me angry atimes.

Whatever your experience with your dad leave it in the past and create a wonderful relationship with your kids or when they come around, you will benefit from it as all the hurt you feel will melt away.

best wishes.

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I know what it feels like n how much it hurts,i'l try the best dad i can b wit God's help

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To be honest, I'm not sure I can even say that msyelf - ''I luv my daddy just the way he behaves'', because sometimes - most times actually - nna I no just dey understand am o!

But I truly hope my children (when they arrive) will be able to confidently say that of me. SO HELP ME GOD!

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please dont genralize!!!

i love my father/mother and all the people around me do as well apart from the ones that never met their dads(for one reason or the other) but that is not a reason to put all fathers in the same bag.

some are good and some are bad LIKE some mothers are good, others are great and then there are some who are plain BAD.

you have your own issues to deal with and maybe people around you do to but it doesnt mean that its a common feature among fathers of today.

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slightly confused here.

Are you trying to say that most men are really just abusive sperm donors and don't really understand what it means to be a  loving parent?

I think that's what the OP is trying to say, but I might be wrong.

I happen to love my father just the way he is. He doesn't abuse my mother and is a loving husband and father. However, I also understand that he is only human, like anyone else, and will make mistakes.

I know what is considered the norm in some families, I find abusive and disgusting, BUT, there are good Nigerian fathers out there. Women also need to realize, that a man can only treat you how you allow him to.

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