When you think about your father he usually falls into one of the three categories a strict father, a cool father, and a father that doesn’t care. Each type of father will ultimately determine the fate of their children’s lives. The outcome could be pleasant or disastrous.
The first kind of father is a strict father. This type of father will rarely give their child freedom and will keep him or her in line with whatever rules he has established. His child will have to get a job to buy his or her own things. Having a strict father is like being on probation. The only way to receive your freedom is to make the grades, do the work that he asks and make sure none of his rules are broken. A good thing that comes from a strict father is that his child will more than likely grow up and try to be the best at whatever he or she does. A bad thing is that the child may grow up to be rebellious and get into trouble with his father or even the law.
The second type of father is the cool father. He will do whatever it takes to be as close to his child and his child’s friends as possible. He is the father that doesn’t hesitate to give up money, lets his child go out whenever, and basically tries to be as young as his child is. This kind of father probably listens to today’s music, knows today’s slang, and could fit in with his child’s friends. The bad thing about this father is that his children may become spoiled and grow up to expect everything to be handed to them. The good thing is his children will feel comfortable telling him what’s going on in their lives.
The last group of father is the kind that just doesn’t care. He really doesn’t care what his child does. He doesn’t care if he has good or bad grades, whether he gets a job, or if he makes anything of his life. This father may be unemployed, not involved in his child’s life, or may not even be at home most of the time. The two outcomes of his children are that; First, they will try to sway...