7 thoughts on “When Fathers Are Imperfect: You Call this Love?

  1. Wow. That was so amazing it made me cry. My husband has a dad a lot like that. Scarred by war, untaught to love by his father. I can see a huge difference between my husband and him. But I have to pray for him all the time to reach further, do better for our kids just the same. Thanks for moving me with this post.

  2. I had the same father and grandfather. It’s a hard life being the daughter of a man who doesn’t know how to love, and it was a lot of work finding his heart. But find it I did, and we shared love for the last several years of his life. Thank you for sharing your story.

  3. Reblogged this on The Portrait Writer and commented:

    No, I won’t be re-blogging all summer long. I just read this from two years ago and decided it’s still a fitting tribute. I hope you all have wonderful Father’s Day memories and, if not, can at least thank your father for making you you…because you’re fantastic!

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