What is Fatherhood to a Father?

I wrote this post for Father’s Day. However, I have added 2 more interviews and I would love to share them with you now. I hope you enjoy the new interviewees and their take on fatherhood.

The Anxiety Chronicles

Today is Father’s Day and I’ve decided to do something different. I’ve interviewed a couple of different father’s, family and friends, to get their take on fatherhood. Sometimes it feels as if we do not hear much from the men who are there, every single day, helping in raising their children. Let’s get inside their heads for a bit and learn how they feel about fatherhood as well as their hopes for their children’s future. Enjoy!

Michael (My Husband -1 child)

1. How close are you to your father? – Not as close as I would like to be.

2. What was your favorite thing to do together & why? – Playing chess with him. It was a moment that was just us, sitting at a table engaged in an intellectual and strategic battle. It was one of the first games he taught me and I valued those moments we…

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