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Be careful with dads who say this Vol.1


Dad tries to show his face in everything

I feel like there are many positive things for women when it comes to being a dad.

This is what I think about when I am actually working as a father.

And no matter what information site you look at, the majority of the articles will be positive..

However, please keep in mind that there are always negative aspects as well.

It's true that when I'm a father, even if I feel some negativity, the positivity is so overwhelming that I can easily brush them off.

However, I would like to introduce some negative aspects of dad life.

The father is the most obvious negative element.

The dating club introduces me to a variety of men, and I am indebted to them a lot.

Meanwhile, there are some men who last a long time, and there are others who have no choice but to cancel their contracts right away.

In my opinion, men who cannot make long-term contracts are a ``considerable negative element'' in dad-hunting.

I've talked about this many times in the past, but a man who can sign a long-term contract brings a sense of security to women, including their daily lives.

However, with a short-term contract, it honestly feels like ``What will I do next month?'' and ends up being a father with a lot of anxiety.

That is not all.

Short-term contracts also earn significantly less money from single dads than long-term contracts.

Of course, some women may be able to earn high incomes in a short period of time.

However, I want you to think about it in terms of annual income.

It may be a different story for women who want to become a father for a short period of time, but for women who want to become a father for a while, if they don't think about it in terms of years rather than months, it can become a makeshift lifestyle. do not have.

Also, as I am always working as a father, I think that there is a father who will give you 100 million yen for a short period of time.

And if you have a short term contract with that dad for 3 months, it will be 300 million yen.

There, another father was paying 30 yen a month for a long term and 10 million yen in 300 months.

If you just look at this, it seems better to be a short-term dad, but in the end, the latter has a long way to go, so if you look at it in terms of years, you can make a lot more money.

So, how many long-term contracts can we sign to increase the number of fathers who say so? This is my ``way to make money as a father.''

However, when it comes to being a dad, it's all about being a human being.

No matter how far you go, there will always be men you can't stand.

There will always be cases where it is impossible to divide it into work.


I think most women who are working as fathers have experienced this.

Although this is just my personal opinion, I would like to introduce this type of man.

Naturally, these men tend to have a pattern of terminating contracts after a short period of time.

Among them, the one that always ranks high for me is the dad who wants to stick his face in everything.

To put it simply, it's like this.

For example, let's say that something goes wrong in my private life.

And I think there are times when you just want to be listened to.

I don't want the man who listened to me to do anything, I just want him to listen to me.

In particular, I think the average age of women who become fathers is young, so I think people will understand that, but many people my age often treat this as a form of advice, and I have to respect the opinion of the person I'm listening to. Prone. (I'm already tired when I'm talking, but if I don't respect the other person even more, I'll be twice as tired.)

However, most of the dads who sign up for dad-katsu are older and have quite mature ways of thinking.

That's why many men accept that "just listen" mode.

The men I work with as dads have these qualities, which is why I find them attractive. (I guess you could say I feel like an adult after all...)

However, sometimes there are men who come up with ideas like, ``I see. So what should I do for you, dad? I would do this, but what do you want to do?''

What's more, I'm grateful that people think of me as if it's about me, but things get heated over time, and things like, ``I don't agree with you,'' or ``You're too childish, you should grow up a little more.'' , he started preaching, the atmosphere in the place started to get heavy, etc.

Naturally, I'm the one who started the conversation, so I have no choice but to apologize and wonder why I said it.

If you do that, your relationships with most men will become a little dry from that day on, and the worst pattern is a man who keeps rehashing the story even though you've never forgotten it.

When you're a father, there are surprisingly many types of men who say that.

And once a fire starts over a topic, it becomes quite troublesome.

That's why every time we meet, we try to heat up a cold topic.

If I met this type of man, I would immediately give him some reason to cancel the contract.

It is difficult to draw out these aspects and know them in advance during the first meeting.

Many men won't reveal this side of themselves unless they trust you to a certain extent and confide in you.

However, depending on the guy, you can understand it after meeting him a few times, and if you bring up any topic, you should be careful if he's the type who says, "You can talk to me about anything."

Of course, having a dad who can give you advice is the best.

However, the content is important.

I guess I don't like the type of people who try to talk to someone about their personal grievances.

Honestly, I had a bad experience contracting with this type of person in the past.

And, I know you're worried about this, but some men even try to create a flow that says, ``I did this for you, so you should be grateful.''

Each time I thought, ``What? I didn't ask for it, I just wanted you to listen.''

Do all the women who are trying to become fathers feel that they are not good at these types of men? I don't think so.

This is just my personal opinion and I just find it troublesome.

Please don't misunderstand me about that.

However, since I started avoiding these types of men, I feel that the stress of being a father has been alleviated considerably.

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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