Always the late guy who can sleep for work, will be collected and punctual, it is necessary only for him … to become a father!
Nearly 8 out of 10 men confessed that fatherhood taught them responsibility, unconditional love and patience. Are you still crying out of emotion?
Then read on.
92 percent of men said that by becoming a parent, they began to treat their partner better and understand her better.
And 57 percent say that when they had children, they began to value constant stable relationships more.
Dads are obviously more attentive to the opinion of other people — 21 percent of single people said they would consult with their child before they go on a date.
And almost two-thirds of single fathers will keep their dates in secret so as not to injure children, and will tell everyone just making sure they will build long-term relationships with this woman.
Also, a survey of the Cupid.com website showed that men and their daughters are beginning to treat women more generally as a whole — 71 percent said so.
When it comes to sons, 86 percent of dads said they want to set a good example for their sons about how to treat women.
At the same time, children who grow up with their fathers also benefit from it. Thus, according to a study by the US Department of Education, children who have received much attention from their early childhood fathers have a higher IQ.