2024/1/22
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When I prioritize being a dad Vol.1

 

When I'm lonely, I'm a dad

I think many women these days are quite lonely.

To be honest, I also get a little anxious when no one is around.

This is especially true if you live alone in a spacious house.

Therefore, you may end up causing trouble, such as calling someone needlessly at night.

Am I the only one who feels this urge? There are surprisingly many of them around.

Also, I have quite a few friends who are active as dads, and they all feel the same way.

So, although no one says it out loud, it doesn't seem like they are licking each other's wounds.

Perhaps women who are working as fathers are more likely to feel lonely on a daily basis than women who work daytime jobs. That's what I think.

The reason for this is that if you go to a certain company, you'll find people of the same age and gender, and you'll make friends there.

There should be a place where you can talk on the same level with your seniors.

But that's not the case when it comes to being a dad.

Basically, if you're looking for someone to talk to other than one-on-one with your dad, you'll have to do something about it in private.

For this reason, most women who are working as dads will develop a habit of talking to men much older than them.

It's not a bad thing if you just take this.

It's an opportunity for me to grow into an adult, and I think there are things I can learn from watching my dad's success in some way.

However, we must separate this from the feeling of loneliness.

In my case, I still have many friends in my private life.

Therefore, if you have free time, there are ways to get in touch with someone to relieve your loneliness.

However, it may be difficult to deal with this especially for women who come from rural areas and are working as fathers.

If you think of dad life as a ``sole proprietor'', it would be a very different story.

But when you say that, how do you deal with it?

If it were me, I would be active as a dad.

If you only have a contract with one man at the time, it might be rude to him if you say, "I'm just filling the void."

But even if that happens, I'd probably increase the number of dads I contract with so I don't have any "free time."

I'm sure it's true for some women, but when you're lonely, you can reconsider your amazing self.

And when I say that, I want to do something for the other person. (I guess you could call it obsession.)

No, what does the other person want now? Is it fair to say that it is easier to develop a mindset that allows you to make decisions calmly? (At least, I think so.)

If this is a daytime job, it's hard to get into this mindset.

The reason is that you basically meet someone at work and communicate with them.

Also, isn't there a bit of a difference between devoting oneself to a company and devoting oneself directly to others, which directly results in money or other results? I think this is especially true in the long run.

Dad activities are easy to understand and easy to motivate because you can see the results directly in the form of money.

Besides, I think women who feel lonely basically want to be in touch with someone.

Including this, if you think about it from the perspective of dad life, everything is correct.

Moreover, many men who become fathers are surprisingly lonely. (My impressions from actually seeing various dads.)

So, that also fits women who feel lonely.

Sometimes, there are people who experience loneliness in a different way (such as depression).

I actually had a similar experience in the past, and I wonder if women's depression is a modern disease? It seems like they're pretty much everywhere. (There are many around me too)

However, I think there are many people who want to talk to someone and get into a positive mindset. In particular, aren't grown men the ones who can calmly listen to women? In that sense, being a dad is really suitable.

Sometimes there are dads who just talk about themselves, but from what I've seen, it's a pretty rare case.

Most of them are men who treat me from an older perspective because I don't talk much. (This is based on the percentage of men I have signed contracts with so far.)

So, when you feel lonely, I want you to do your best as a dad.

Then, before you know it, you'll feel like you're not lonely at all.

That's exactly like me.

When you want to drink alcohol

I don't like alcohol that much.

However, over the past year or so, there are times when I feel like drinking.

It's when something unpleasant happens in your private life, when someone asks you to discuss something and you refuse because you can't help them, or when you get into a fight with a man of the same generation.

When I say this, I'm usually working as a dad.

It's kind of distracting, and if you drink with your dad, you'll be able to drink in a nice place, right? And that was paid for by my dad. (lol)

Also, when I want to drink alcohol, I want to be in touch with someone, and since I started working as a dad, I've gotten tired of having to drink at my own expense, or rather, I've developed a tendency to be a little spoiled by my dad. Maybe. (introspection)

You see, when a woman wants to touch each other, she's less guarded, so she's more likely to stay the night, right? If you do that, you will want to feel the masculinity of the man.

I'm sure that when I say that, I don't want to drink at my own expense because there's a part of me that wants to feel ``manly'' towards my dad. (Actually, I don't want to be so brazen.)

When I think about it now, I feel like I've been feeling particularly busy lately. (The act of contacting your dad when you want to drink alcohol)

Also, when you drink with your dad, he teaches you how to drink alcohol deliciously, so you can stand out more than drinking with people your age. (Women who have been dads for a long time have probably already experienced this.)

If you are working as a father and only drink alcohol in private.

If you are like that, it would be a good idea to try drinking with your dad once in a while.

It's sure to give you a wonderful view that's a little different from drinking with people of the same generation.

Writers: 
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Articles by Kumiko Mine

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