Fatherless in Our Society
Many decades ago, fathers were considered an integral part of the family. They were the ones who provided the food, the shelter and the money for the family. But as the time has passed, the word fatherhood has been losing its truly meaning. Society is getting used to see fatherhood as something with no value or without importance.
Many people think that by having a father living at home means that they are in good communication with their children or are available for them all the time. In the past children were expected to have their father by their sides even if they were not in a good economic situation. Now, children are more likely to be raised in a family where the mother plays the mother and the father role. …
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