2024/1/23
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When is the time to stop being a dad?

Nice to meet you, I'm Bell♪(*´▽`*)

It's been 3 years and XNUMX months since I started working as a father.

I've never been married, I've broken off engagements, I don't have a boyfriend, but I do have someone I like. I'm around XNUMX.

To be more precise, I turned 37 this year (°▽°)

I've met a lot of people through Papakatsu.There are about XNUMX people in total.

We've covered dating clubs, dad-hunting apps, and drinking money.

I would like to share my experiences and impressions in it and help you even a little.

I will write about what I feel and think about being a dad.

 

Before I started working as a dad, I worked at night as a hostess in Ginza for about seven years in total.

I worked as a hostess in Ginza from the age of 23 to 28 (there was a time when I wasn't in Japan for about two years as a backpacker or on a working holiday).

And I have been working as a father since I was around 34 years old until I am currently 37 years old (*´▽`*)

The reason I started working as a father was that my mental health suffered and I fell ill.

I started having panic attacks on crowded trains in the morning and couldn't go to work, so I started doing this to earn a living (´-`)

I'm sure there are many reasons why people become fathers, such as people like me who do it for a living, to earn money for school fees, to pay off debts, to pay for a relative's medical treatment, etc.

I got the impression that there were many people who said that they would be in trouble if they didn't have money right now in order to survive.

 

I'm currently living overseas, so I meet my dad and friends when I return to Japan.

The frequency is about once every 3 to 6 months, so I'm not really active as a dad right now, but I've come into contact with a lot of men due to my job, so

I would like to write with that in mind (*'▽'*)

 

My dream was to live abroad.

In fact, the reason I was able to live my dream overseas was because a gentleman I met through Dad-Katsu gave me a job that I could complete online.

Thanks to that, I can now work from anywhere in the world (o^^o)

It's thanks to Dad-katsu that I was able to live the life of my dreams! ! (*^^)v

Dad's activities are various ♪

 

Well, today's theme is ``When is the right time to quit being a dad?''

It's the same as fishing business, and if you consider the hourly wage, you can earn more than working normally.

If you don't set a goal or deadline, you'll just keep going.

 

Having goals and goals can help me work hard, but without them, I often feel discouraged (/_;)

The reason I was able to work hard and be No. 1 when I was a hostess was because I had decided that I would work in water business until I was in my 20s.

Even when things were difficult or unpleasant, I thought, ``I'll do my best while I can still make money.''

Many people end up getting stuck in a swamp if they don't set a deadline.

People who set goals and work hard look dignified and attractive (*^^)v

 

If there is someone who is currently working as a father for some reason,

Even after achieving your goal, be careful not to let it slip away.

For example, if there is a student who is working as a father to earn money for tuition fees.

Set a deadline and say, ``I'll definitely stop once I've paid my tuition fees, and I'll do my best until then.''

It is better to set a deadline regardless of whether there is a physical relationship or not.

After graduating from school and getting a job, I continue to work as a father without any goals.

Sometimes it becomes even more difficult to work hard at a day job.

The working hours are long, you have to be cooperative, and you have to be mindful of the relationship between superiors and subordinates...etc.

However, there are many things that I have to be more careful about than when I am a dad.

I end up wanting to quit my day job because I don't think it's worth it.

I have seen many women who worked as hostesses or hostesses during their student days, and then quit their day jobs and return to the water business after finding employment.

 

I think any goal is fine (^^)

Until I finish paying my tuition, I can quit when I have saved 100 million yen, I can save enough money to travel, etc.

Even if you don't have any goals right now, please

Please set a goal and try it.

 

The longer you do it, the more things become ingrained in you without you even realizing it.

The cost will be high.

The price I feel is...

I think it's normal for the male side to pay for the food and drinks for both hostesses and dad-katsu.

For example, on a date with someone of the opposite sex you are interested in.

I feel like I don't want to pay to have dinner with a man.

Women who don't open their wallets are hated.

So I ask, "How much should I spend?"

The day you say something like, "Okay, just 2000 yen," I never want to see you again (lol)

 

I started thinking that even talking to each other felt like work.

What is it like to work and pay for your own food and drinks? ? That's what I think (lol)

 

I'm proud of myself for ruining my chances like that (-ω-)/(lol)

Men are more likely to want to pay for a woman who thinks, ``I'll pay for what I eat.''

You don't want to buy something for someone who thinks it's normal for men to pay (;'∀') (lol)

 

If you get immersed in it, by the time you realize it, you'll have a mindset that you can't change.

Be careful! !

 

I hope you all meet wonderful fathers (^_−)−☆

Writers: 
2nd year as a dad, late 30s. In my twenties, I was No. 20 hostess in Ginza. At the age of 1, he left Ginza and had a lot of things to do, such as breaking off his engagement, and since then he has been working as a dad only for rice.

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