As a child, drawing a picture or making a homemade Fatherís Day card was the perfect gift to show how much you loved and admired Dad. But what do you give to Dad when you’ve moved beyond the construction paper stage of your life? Of course, he will treasure a new tie or a gift certificate to his favorite restaurant, simply because it came from you, his son or daughter.
But the best Fatherís Day gift of all? Quality time with his child: his babies-turned-adults who have jobs, responsibilities, families of their own, busy lives and limited time to spend with parents.
Your time and attention are probably all your dad wants this Fatherís Day. But for many people, visiting Dad at his home isnít the most fulfilling experience. Conversations may lag, old disagreements may surface, and what is intended to be a few hours of quality time turns into an uncomfortable experience that you endure rather than enjoy.
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Give Your Dad the Best Fatherís Day Gift Ever: Your Attention originally†appeared†on AgingCare.com.