The Most Important Thing a Father Can Do for His Children is Love Their Mother

Have you ever heard a parent say “do as I say and not as I do”? The truth is that our children learn little from what we say but learn volumes from what we do. Human development is imitative by nature, i.e., our children “do as we do and not as we say”. If you are a mother or father, your children will likely become like you whether you like it or not. So then, let’s make sure we are proud of who we are so we can then be proud of who they become.

As we teach our children by our examples I have often wondered what example could make the best, or most impressionable, impact. The American cleric Theodore Hesberg was convinced that the way a father treats a mother was huge, and I have to agree. Here are a few of the obvious benefits to a child…

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