Father’s Day is Sunday. Good fathers like President Obama will get the props and the love they deserve from their families and the rest of society.
But Father’s Day is also a good time to think about how you can become a better father to your children and a better husband to your wife.
And if you don’t have kids of your own, you can celebrate Father’s Day in another important way.
America has more than 400,000 of its children in foster care. Many of those kids are eligible for adoption and need a good father. You can celebrate Sunday by deciding to adopt one of those foster-care kids -- and become someone’s father on Father’s Day. A good place to start is the website of Childhelp, a key source for information on foster care and child-abuse prevention.
Happy Father’s Day!
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