Family

Unconditional Love

Do you love your child? What a dumb question! Of course you do! From the moment you laid eyes on your newborn son or daughter, you were filled with a deep and powerful feeling of attachment. But what does it really mean to love your child?

Feeling emotionally attached to your child is certainly important, but I would argue that truly loving your child is much more than feelings. Furthermore, unconditionally loving your child does not always come easily; it must be worked at — it involves self-sacrifice, and doing what is best for your child.

ACTION IDEAS:









The local fathering effort, in cooperation with the National Center for Fathering, provides bi-weekly action ideas to stimulate conversation between fathers and parents.

For more information, or to join local conversations, contact

Mick Trombley at mick@apartmentstore.com

David Eggebeen at e5x@psu.edu

Robert Orndorff at rmo104@psu.edu

Marc McCann at 237-1719 or marc@thesecondmile.org

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