Advice for Families

September 7, 2022
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Ed’s fatherly advice is to treat your job as a father like your marriage oath, take whatever comes for better or for worse. Take time to talk to your children and get to know them. Know what they’re doing, give them some good advice, and above all else, love them.

Chuck’s father day advice is to hang in there and be in a father when you’re in the right position to be one, personally and financially. If people do this, Chuck believes they can stack the deck in their favor.

Wayne urges new fathers to be themselves. Parenting brings new challenges and changes to your life, and being true to yourself is the best way to navigate parenthood.

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