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Dads love to tell stories. It's in our nature. Everything from cars to closets, dads are known for fixing stuff. If you're vulnerable enough to admit that you're the one who needs fixing, he should be happy to oblige. Everyone who played sports understands what it means to be the go-to guy. When times are rough, that person is the first individual everyone thinks of to get them out of a potential problem.
In the sports world, being the go-to guy is pretty glamorous, but also very stressful. In the dad world, it's an honor.
We want to be the first person our kids think of to handle a particular problem. If you share with your father that he is your go-to guy, he'll most likely reward you by opening up like never before. Our friends are great for a lot, but sometimes you need a dad's voice to help you through certain things. Older generations usually believe that they have it all figured out, so when you confirm that hypothesis with your dad, you better believe he'll start talking.
He has a wealth of life experiences that you probably wouldn't even know about unless you asked. Well, now's the time to ask. Sure, he grew up in a different era than you did, but you'll be surprised by your similarities.
There's a good chance that he would be willing to compare notes with you. Telling him that he's your hero goes beyond saying you admire him. It means you look to him as a measuring stick for all men. He's the top dog, the pinnacle, the cream of the crop.
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