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You may have heard it said that the problem with life is that it gives us the test before it gives us the lesson. As a dad, that’s especially true. I became a father at age 23, three days before my first wedding anniversary. I’ve learned a lot in the subsequent 33 years of fatherhood. I did some things well and some things poorly.
You don’t get a do-over in parenting your kids, but it’s still good to reflect on what you might do different if you had the chance. Maybe others can learn from your mistakes. With that in mind, I invite you to take a look at my post, “What I Would Do Different As a Dad If I Had the Chance.”
– Jeff Ross, Author of http://jeffrossblog.com/