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The Father Son Relationship – Words For Dad

Podcast | Episode 28

The Father Son Relationship – Words For Dad

Gaurav Chawla Gaurav Chawla

“Any man can be a father but it takes someone special to be a Dad.”~Anne Geddes 

If you haven’t already, Father’s Day is the perfect time to express our love and gratitude to these special people in our lives.

“It’s never too late to have a relationship with your father.”

Some questions we ask: 

  1. When will you stop blaming yourself for mistakes and acknowledging them as learning experiences that you can learn and reflect from? (3:00)
  2. Is the intent behind a connection with a family member, significant other or friend perceived as pure with enjoyable experiences or beneficial with an underlying need? (5:00)  
  3. How does your relationship with your parents change with time? (8:00)
  4. Are there things that you would ask your father that you have not had a chance to? (10:00) 
  5. Do you regret not thanking or cherishing time with your father when you were younger? (13:00) 
  6. Which traits, morals, and values have you unknowingly inherited from your father? (17:00)
  7. How has your father made you proud and what has he sacrificed for you? (23:00)
  8. Would you be able to make the same sacrifices for your children that your father did? (26:00)

In this episode, we reminisce about the qualities, experiences, and values that our fathers possess. 

The unconditional love, and the sacrifices they made.

What qualities of your dad do you share?

Gaurav Chawla

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"There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs." Staying Uncomfortable is the result of my mind trying to make sense of life, people, and the world around me. The fickle nature of life has made me realize the importance of being in the present moment, and that life is all about enjoying these little moments. As I embark upon this journey of spirituality and a growth mindset, I invite you along with us, to share your perspectives, and to challenge ours. Lots of love, and gratitude for being here with us.