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Father And Son Relationships
Nothing makes a man more proud to hold his newborn son in his arms. A father-son relation is an eternal bonding. While on one hand he receives mother’s love, the father lends him his finger to walk on the earth for the first time. Later in life he becomes his best Consigliore to him, polishing his good moves and correcting the wrong ones. Different ages of the child call for different roles for his father. Lest everything, one thing always remains… a father is always his son’s hero, his idol.
The Toddler to Teen phase
These are very delicate years of a boy’s life. New places like school make him nervous and insecure. The father instills confidence into him making him feel and know that whatever happens he will always be there to take care of him and until he is there no wrong will take place. Small activities like taking him fishing or playing ball leave a great impact on the child. The father also explores his child, finds his skills and takes the first steps towards harnessing them. The father becomes the hero, the idol for the child.
The Teen Phase
Soon the son enters teenage. Teenage brings a lot of ups and downs in a boy’s life. The peer pressure, the irritation of rigorous physical development, the first infatuations and much more. The father becomes a keen support in handling these teenage jitters. Moreover by now the skills and abilities are ready for their full trials and no one else but the father sees that. He introduces his son to the real world, the world of reason, discomfort, and hard work. He helps him handle difficult situations and plays a vital role in developing of skills like negotiation, street smartness. He gives him his first car and teaches him to drive. In the teenage phase the father remains a silent guardian, keeping track all along and coming to help whenever needed.
The Amateur Phase
When teenage ends a whole new professional world lies ahead. The son looks up to his father as his best advisor and counselor… his best consigliore. May it be stress, work pressure, anxiety in any part of his career, the father helps in every way. He helps him come to terms with numerous life skills and helps incorporate them seeing him succeed in his walks of life.
A father stands there for his child in every possible manner at every point in his life. He doesn’t expect anything from him. From the first pocket money to the first ball game, the first movie, the first day of school and college to the first day of work… The father loves and cares for his child.
A father’s greatest achievement is when his son walks ahead of him in life. That is day when he considers his job almost done.
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