A Look at How Dads Empower Us: Five Reasons Dad Should Be Thanked on Father’s Day

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Mr. Electric® has five reasons why Dad should be thanked for empowering us.

Dads do a lot for us growing up. From teaching us how to ride a bike to building the ultimate tree house, Dads have been there for all the ups and downs. Father’s Day is May 15, and Mr. Electric® has five reasons why Dad should be thanked for empowering us.

Sharing advice
One way Dad has always empowered us is by sharing his advice. He has been where we are, and he knows the potential outcomes in situations we are going to face. By listening to what he tells us and knowing he will not lead us astray, we are able to make better decisions in life.

Being Mr. Fix it
From a flat tire to hanging a shelf, Dads teach us the simple fixes in life. We don’t have to be master craftsman to build and fix things. With Dads know-how we are able to go through life and fix the simple things, making our lives better.

Teaching us how to drive
Dads put themselves at risk by teaching us how to drive. They give us more than just driving lessons; they give us independence. After they have taught us how to drive they let us use their car to get away from the house and chauffer our friends around for the night.

Giving us an allowance
An allowance from Dad is his way of teaching us about money management and a lesson in responsibility. He teaches us to understand what we are spending our money on because we only get so much at a time. These lessons set the groundwork for our future spending habits.

Being on our side
Dads give us advice, teach us to fix things, how to drive and give us money. This means that Dads have our backs and are looking out for our best interest. Dads are on our side and everything they do for us shows us that they care and when times are tough there is someone we can always turn to for help.

Mr. Electric encourages you to take time this Father’s Day to thank Dad for empowering you.

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Jason Lee
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