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My mental attitude when working as a father


What do you think about being a father?

I think that women who are forced to work as fathers are, in a sense, polarized. (Just my personal opinion)

First of all, quite a lot of people think it would be nice if they could earn some pocket money while having fun.A feeling.

I feel like this type of person often works at other jobs during the day or is chasing a pretty big dream. (It's the same around me)

Another pattern is to completely turn your father's life into a business, like I did.

People like me don't usually work during the day, even if I say so myself.

Not only that, but I guess you could say that I'm the type of person who doesn't have many dreams and sees too much reality. (Is it fair to say that I find tangible objects more attractive than chasing invisible objects?)

This time, I'd like to talk to people like me who think of fatherhood as a business.

Daddy life is still very popular. (in a negative sense)

Therefore, most women cannot proudly say to anyone, ``I make a living by being a father.''

I hear that when people around me ask about their job, most of them lie, saying they work in an office or as a manicurist. (I tend to work in office jobs.)

Being a father is still a very narrow profession.

I feel like I'm doing my job as a father with some pride.

It's true that sometimes people lie when asked about their occupation.

However, I don't mean to make excuses, but to those who are ignorant about fatherhood, I feel that the media is always trying to convey a negative image through various media.

For this reason, I feel that there is still a heavy pressure on women who are serious about fatherhood as a business, and are unable to speak up about it.

For example, if you say to people around you, ``I make a living by being a dad,'' how many of them will say, ``What a wonderful job it is!''There are almost no people who will give such a positive answer.

I think the situation would change considerably if positive topics were conveyed through the media.

I'm dissatisfied with the part of me that wants to look down on people in this world, but I have some pretty solid mindsets when it comes to being a dad.

First of all, I never bring in real love.

As you move forward with your life as a father, there will always come a moment when you think, ``This uncle is really wonderful.''

If you ask me, the more women say, ``I have no interest in love,'' the more likely they are to fall in love.

I was one of them.

When I first started my life as a father, I thought that love was a hassle, and that it was unnecessary in my life.

However, when I've been a dad for a long time, I've found myself feeling a certain charm from my dad that I don't have in other people my age, and I often find myself saying things like, ``Oh, that's crazy. Even though I'm at work, I'm in real love mode.'' do. (I think there are many women who can relate to this.)

But, I'll just say this.

If you get serious, you'll definitely be betrayed and you might regret it, so it's better to refrain from having a real relationship when you're a dad.

To begin with, the expression "betrayed" seems a little ambiguous.

In other words, when it comes to being a dad, it's hard to find love the way you want it to.

If you're a woman, you probably understand that when a man doesn't react the way you imagined, you feel betrayed, don't you?That's exactly it.

If you are active as a father and develop a serious relationship, you will find yourself in a lot of trouble.

For example, ``Why do I need to get paid when it's a real love affair?'' or ``Why is it that the woman always takes the lead when it's a real love affair?''

I feel like this is something that some women who have fallen in love with while trying to be dads are thinking about.

That's true, isn't it?

However, if you try to get into it yourself, it will turn into an argument like, ``Why am I doing this in the first place?''

Therefore, if a woman ends up in a serious relationship with her father, I think most women just turn a blind eye.

In my experience, even if you try to be a dad and have a serious relationship, it won't be fruitful.

After all, I don't think there is any other profession where the simple saying, ``A break in money is a break in relationships'' is so true.

Dad also knows this and has signed a contract with us.

However, just because you think your father is wonderful, drawing him into a real relationship is a disqualification from the perspective of being a father as a profession.

As I've said many times before, this is a story aimed at women who are working as fathers.

Depending on the woman, there are many children who are quite light about being a father.

The kids who said that probably don't have that much pride in being a dad, and I don't think they're making a living from it alone.

Therefore, I would like to exclude that area.

In the end, the story is aimed at women who are just trying to make ends meet.

Then, when she develops a real relationship with her father from Daddy-Katsu, she becomes blind.

As a result, their ``earning power,'' which is essentially the most important part of being a dad, is significantly reduced, and they start to wonder, ``Why are they even doing this?'' (This is based on my experience.)

I thought about a lot of things on my own.

It is true that dad-hunting is a place of encounters for both men and women.

However, the purpose or content of the encounter is completely different for men and women.

It's the so-called entrance to encounters.

The more time you spend with your dad, the more your environment and emotions may change.

But I want women who are working as fathers to remember this.

Dad is doing it to earn money.

Never forget this.

Don't forget that if this changes even a little, daddying is no longer a business.

This is an important attitude that I have.

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

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