8 Things every Father should teach their son


8 Things every Father should teach their son.

We usually think that moms play the most important role in a child’s life, however, there are certain things that a father will do better, especially when it comes on to a son.
Let’s see first the boy goes to kindergarten, were his supervisor are mostly woman and then he starts school where 90% of teachers or woman.
So he is always in the company of a woman, so he mostly locks male education.
But you should know that there is 8 lesson that only a father can give his child.
The number 8 lesson is the most important, so make sure you read true to the very last.
Things every Father should teach their son
Things every Father should teach their son

#1. Explain how important it is to know how to win and lose. 

Explain how important it is to know how to win and lose. 
Explain how important it is to know how to win and lose.
Apart from friends, who is the best companion for a child to have in various competitions and activities, dad, of course, this is good training for masculine qualities and true these games the child will develop a feel for victories and realize how much effort it takes to reach it.
And to a father, these games will be an excellent chance for him to explain to his child that defeats are unavoidable, and if they fall, all they of to do is get up and try again and that there is nothing shameful in their failure.

# 2. Teach him the right attitude towards women. 

attitude towards women
attitude towards women
A mother can also tell her son how to treat a woman but only a father can show all these, true his examples, it would be great if his son learns from him all sorts of things about how to treat and care for a woman. That way he won’t be influenced by his friends, or what he sees on the internet but from his dad.
Take your child with you to buy Flowers for his mom, go to the store together, talk to the ladies there and the cashier so that your child doesn’t hesitate to communicate with an unfamiliar woman.
That’s it, that’s all it takes.

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