This month: 3 views | Total period: 81 views

My dad life rules 2024 Vol.6


reduce loss as much as possible

There are many things you can learn while being a father.

When other people see women who are active as dads, they tend to think of them as ``women who don't learn anything, just play around and have fun making money.''

But I want to say it out loud.

That's completely different.

Of course, some of the children of women who are working as fathers are ``highly educated,'' and some of them come from considerable ``family backgrounds.''

It's just that father-hunting hasn't fully penetrated the world in a positive way yet, and it's no different from the demographic of women who work during the day.

That's why there are so many men looking to become fathers. (It's supply and demand)

If you are truly looking for a ``night job professional,'' you would probably go to a sex shop that says so, and it would be cheaper for men to do so.

First of all, I want everyone to understand that.

In such a situation, women who are working as fathers and are thinking about it to a certain extent may be aware of it, but there are surprisingly many "wasteful" aspects of fatherhood.

For example, time.

When meeting a man for the first time, some women think, ``I might not be able to meet this guy!!!'', and some women leave the scene early, giving some reason, while others find that the conversation drags on for a long time, and they don't give a good reason. Even though I could have gone home, I missed that time and wasted 1-2 hours when I could have gone home in 3 hour.

I spent an eternity worrying about things I could understand if I asked my dad directly, and thinking about things I couldn't understand myself.

I can change shifts to the next dad and go see him right away, but my current dad is so nice.In my experience, people get too attached to it (it might be easier to understand if pride is the psychology of not wanting to get hurt), and as a result, the contract is canceled and the process up to that point is wasted. If I could just show it here, there would be no end to it.

Honestly, when I look at it as ``my life,'' I can say something beautiful like ``nothing is wasted.''

After all, if you take a detour, you'll be able to see a lot of different shapes, and when you tell your dad what you've said, he'll always say in unison, "It'll be good for you in the future." I have an idea.

However, I would like to point out this aspect of dad life.

From what I've learned from my life as a dad, I think all of this is pretty ``waste.''

The question is how much can we reduce "various losses" created by such "waste"? This is a very important point, and by firmly controlling this, I think it will be easier for you to move smoothly and with a good distribution (balance between fatherhood and private life) in your life as a father. That's what I've been thinking lately.

If you can do the above movements easily, you will feel less stressed. (Isn't this stress the most common problem among women when it comes to being a father? When I hear stories from my friends, it's clear that it's a lot.)

I also had a lot of trouble when I was unfamiliar with dad life in the past, and when I first started dad life, there weren't many sites that offered a deep understanding of dad life. (So-called shortcut to easily learn about dad life.)

I feel like if I wanted to know about daddy life, I had no choice but to look for private blogs and accept the content at face value, whether it was true or false. (Nowadays, perhaps because father activities have become popular to some extent, information is easily available, and I think this is an example of an increase in the number of father activities.)

I'm sure that what I want to say may only be of interest to people who have actually been active as fathers for some time.

However, if you have a child who has recently started working as a father, and if you keep the content based on my experience in the back of your mind, I'm sure they will be able to understand it as they continue to work as a father.

When I'm working as a dad, I always have some sort of conversation with my dad.

Of course, the content includes important conversations such as ``What should we do about future contracts?''

I've thought about this recently as well, but I'd like to say this out of respect for the other person.

I don't think it's a waste of time to communicate with my dad (to get to know him).

However, I think you can understand it by watching your father to a certain extent, but isn't there something about the atmosphere of the place and the complexion of the other person? First of all, it is important to get into the habit of sensing and observing this in order to proceed smoothly with your life as a father.

To be honest, in the past I was missing this part.

Therefore, I wasn't able to read the other person's mood, and even more so, it was too high-level behavior to check the other person's complexion.

So, even though the trend was clearly negative, I found myself desperately trying to stop it.

And above all, there was a part of me that was missing.

That is the part where the relationship with the father is ``founded on the business of being a father.''

They are not real relatives or friends of the same generation at school.

Don't forget that you are exchanging allowances (money) with the man in front of you.

Of course, it is ideal and a very important point to build a closer relationship with your father and build a mutually win-win relationship.

However, you should never get so focused on that that you forget the original purpose of your father's activities.

Also, reducing losses of some kind, including mutual time, is an important part of business.

I know a female friend who is making a pretty good living as a dad.

All in all, I got the impression that this part was done fairly smoothly.

The person I am today has learned some things from her.

To put it very simply, discernment is also very important, and I have found that the sooner you can change your mind, the easier it will be to change your mind.

People often say, ``If you judge too early, you may end up losing money.''

However, in my experience as a dad, I have almost never felt like I was missing out on being able to make a quick assessment.

Why is that?

The reason is simple: if you were to start looking for a father from scratch, there would be a lot of anxiety, including if you needed cash right away.

However, women have strong allies such as dating clubs.

That's why even if you are quick to identify men and cancel your contract, there will be a next time.

Therefore, there is no need to worry about it that much.

In 2024, I feel like I'm being tested on how to reduce the loss that comes from being a father more than ever before, and that will lead to higher income than the previous year. Will it become a “detonator” for the future? I also think so.

And this is my new rule for 2024: ``Reduce all losses.''

The shock when I first learned about the dating club was amazing.Since then, I've been hooked.We will continue to transmit reality from a female perspective.

Articles by Kumiko Mine

Related article

[Japan's largest dating club nationwide]

► Try Papa Katsu