Just like a mum, a dad doesn't have a child and ever expect there to be a day when their child isn't alive anymore.
It's not just mums that grieve and miss their children, dads do too and sometimes their pain can wrongly be forgotten.
I'm not a dad so I can't talk from a dads perspective nor would I try to but I personally
feel that Dads are wrongly faced with the stereotypes and cliches of "men have to be strong" "men have to look after the rest of the family" "men should...n't cry" "men need to move on". Well no they don't is my view and we need to stop using these sayings.
If you know a dad who has lost a child, take a minute to think of them today on Father's Day. Send them a text, give them a call, ask how they are and mention their child's name. Or even send them this message, just do something to acknowledge them today.
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