Thanks to Frederick J. Goodall from MochaDad.com for not including some sort of icewater-filled bucket in this, and for raising awareness on something near and dear for me.
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Then, one painful response opened a flood of more painful responses. Disappointment! Abuser! Absent! Loser!
It became very apparent there were men in the room who benefited from having a father who was present, loving, humble, and honest. Yet, there were men struggling in their lives including their marriages who had been painfully wounded by their fathers. #DadsDoMatter.
I described my own father with this one word, “Sacrificial.” He is the kind of father who once gave me the last $20 bill in his pocket so I could sign up for high school football. The kind of guy who would swallow his own pride and do what needed to be done for those he loves.
So, take on this challenge. Give “MochaDad” credit.
Who will you call out for the #DadsDoMatter Challenge?