A good dad vs an amazing dad

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It is very hard work to be a good dad under any circumstances. But when you are literally crippled by pain day in and out for years, hazed by medical conditions, and unable to work or even sit for more than an hour, it is REALLY difficult.

And yet, even with all the cards stacked against him, Professor X is a truly amazing dad.

1. A good dad, walks by your side…

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An amazing dad carries you on his wheelchair.

2. A good dad wants you to know about the awkward life topics…

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An amazing dad actively brings up tough topics (birds/bees, religion, prejudice) at the dinner table on a regular basis.

3.  A good dad supports your freedom of expression…

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An amazing dad expresses himself along side you.

4. A good dad buys pizza…

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An amazing dad gets out of bed to make homemade pizza every week!

5. A good dad reads with you…

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An amazing dad learns with you.

6. A good dad gets up in the middle of the night when you are scared…

Screenshot 2014-06-13 13.46.17An amazing dad stays up all night on the couch and waits for you.

 

 

Professor X is truly an amazing dad under terrible circumstances.

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  1. Gayle Schifano says:

    I discovered your website while doing an online KTO class. I love your super power ideas. I agree that I don’t like being called a speech-language therapist or pathologist. We do so much more. I have been a therapist for 27 years, I have done medical, school, home health. My regular job is working for a school district in 1 elementary school and a large high school ( a variety of regular and special needs, autism, you name it). I also do home health prn. On a personal note, the information on your husband really hit me. I have the diagnosis of Fibromyalgia and have minimal pain as compared to him ( yet when it flares up my arms and hands make life difficult or so I thought until I think of Professor X!) Has anyone ever talked about the possibility of him having a severe case of Fibro, migraines, and a lot of the symptoms that you mention sound familiar? I wish I could do something for you. I live near PSU where all kinds of research is being done every day, not far from Hershey Medical Center, etc. Right now, I need to get a new home email. I would rather not email a lot on my school website. I just needed to reach out to you. I believe in the power of prayer. God performs miracles every day.

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