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What kind of child is daddy life suitable for? Vol.2


May be suitable for women with weak mental health

Actually, before I started working as a father, I had a past of working in an office.

As a result of the constant moral harassment from his superiors, he became mildly depressed and spent his days feeling tired.

Of course, if he was paid a salary commensurate with his salary, he might be able to find peace somewhere.

However, as I'm sure all women know, there are still some aspects of the typical Japanese corporate workplace that are difficult for women. I feel like I was at the center of it all.

Then, a friend told me about the idea of ​​being a dad, and to be honest, I thought about it for about a year before I started.

First of all, the main reason is that daddy life itself did not have a very good image.

That's why, when I first learned about Dad-Katsu, it wasn't as well-known as it is now, with no chance of hearing that ``Dad-Katsu is healthy.''

Then, when I actually registered at a dating club and met a man, even though I was nervous, I was surprised to find that he was different, in a good way, from the image I had imagined when we first met.

From there, when I actually signed a contract and started working as a father, I was surprised at how much freedom I had, and about six months later, I was mildly surprised when I saw the amount I had saved.

``I've been working as a father without stress at all, and yet I've saved so much money.'' This was my first impression.

When it comes to work, things can be tough, and there are things you can gain by overcoming hardships.

Of course, this is common sense, and I can understand it too.

But doesn't that mean there's a reward commensurate with it? That's what I really thought after working as a dad.

I feel that if the amount of effort one takes is reflected in the remuneration, even women who work during the day would be greatly relieved of their stress.

In other words, the more your father likes you, the more likely your allowance will go up.

Besides, if my dad likes me, there's a chance he'll even pay the rent for the apartment I live in. (I have been paid.)

When looking at so-called father-hunting as a job, if you can provide services that satisfy men, is it fair to say that you can expect to be compensated accordingly?

It depends on your negotiation.

But that's not the case with daytime jobs.

I often hear that overseas companies negotiate yearly contracts.

However, the only companies doing this in Japan are foreign companies.


I have rarely heard of Japanese companies adopting this style.

I really think so.

In Japan, aren't there many women who work for low wages during the day who are mentally damaged? I feel like the main topic mentioned above is probably relevant.

However, if you start working as a father like I did and get paid for it, I feel like you can reduce the number of people who are suffering from mental illness.

Also, the mentally weaker the child, the easier it is to devote themselves to something, right? If that's the case, I feel like it would be quite a weapon for dads.

For example, if you do your best as a service to your father, you will be enthusiastic about it, and I think it will leave a very good impression on the man who receives it.

I've said it many times before when it comes to daddy life, but I think it's all about the impression your dad has of you.

On the other hand, if you give a bad impression, your contract will be canceled immediately.

Also, when it comes to dad-hunting, I think there are many people who are mentally weak and tend to be a little shy when talking to men.

When I do that, my dad treats me with great kindness, and to be honest, I've hardly ever received any moral harassment when working as a dad. (Maybe a few times in the past)

Basically, I was like that too, but mentally weak types tend to be weak-willed, tend to overthink things, and have sensitive personalities.

But all of this will be a weapon in your father's life.

In that sense, I wonder if the mentally weaker children are better suited to be fathers? I honestly thought.

If you get sick from your day job, or if your child is mentally weak, it would be a good idea to try being a father once.

If you're in a similar situation to me, I'm sure you'll get hooked on being a dad just like me.

Please think about it once.

The drier the child's personality, the better suited to be a father.

If you're a woman who has been a father for a long time, you probably know that, but surprisingly, the more deeply involved you are in your relationship with your father, the less successful you are. Especially my friends, including myself, feel the same way.

In the end, all men want different things when it comes to being a dad, but there are some men who really want women to know more about their private lives.

Most of the time, all I think about is ``physical purpose'' or ``Wouldn't it be nice if I could go on a date with a young woman and have fun with her when I have free time?''

That's why we say things like, ``I want someone to drink with,'' or ``I want someone to be with me when I'm lonely.''

From what I've seen, there are quite a lot of men who become fathers with that level of feeling.

Therefore, if women treat fatherhood as a business, it will be easier for them to match the wavelength of men. (This is just my impression after many years of being a dad.)

Strangely, I felt a little nervous, and rather than pursuing the man's topic in depth, I found it easier to have a smooth conversation with my dad if I started the conversation with a dry, "Huh? That's what happens sometimes, isn't it?" I have an impression.

Is it safe to say that it won't cause any trouble?

Of course, I can't say for certain, as I think each woman who is a father has a variety of communication methods.

This may just be the impression I got while communicating with my dad, but I always feel that way.

That's why a dry type of woman who doesn't follow things in depth, including conversation, is quite suitable for being a father. That's what I think.

It's true that as we get older, there are many types who want to end a conversation right then and there without resolving it.

If I were younger, I might talk until I was convinced.

I think adults value a sense of distance, so if you're a girl who is naturally dry, you'll feel like you can control a guy's conversation pretty well. (Maybe I should say I parry it.)

If there is someone who has a dry personality, I think it would be better to try being a father once.

I also have a dry personality, but I can't be completely dry, and sometimes I have conversations where I think, ``I should have just ignored it,'' and I often regret it.

I think it's difficult to answer and respond in adult conversations if you have a wet personality, unless you're really smart. (It's a talent I don't have, so I envy people who can do it.)

For that reason, the easiest thing to do is to stay dry.

The meaning that the drier a woman is, the better suited she is to be a father is also connected to this.

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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