By Dave Engledow
A hilarious pictorial parody of a clueless father and his lovable daughter
In an try to create a picture that his new daughter might in the future enjoy, Dave Engledow took a photograph within which he's cradling eight-week-old Alice Bee like a soccer and doctored it to seem like he's squirting breast milk right into a "World's top Father" mug. family and friends clamored for extra. After Dave's funny makes an attempt to trap the sleep-deprived obliviousness of being a first-time dad went viral, he and Alice Bee stumbled on themselves bona fide net and tv celebrities.
Merging a Norman Rockwell aesthetic with a darkly comedian sensibility, Dave pairs every one side-splittingly humorous snapshot with a log access describing the awkward state of affairs that the World's top Father has discovered himself in. Readers of Sh*t My Dad Says and Awkward relations Photos will consume the crafty and hilarious Confessions of the World's top Father.
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It is not that there is a critical period for the acquisition of a fruitful direction in life. But it is the case that excessive delay beyond the period of readiness creates the serious risk that the young person may give up altogether on the tasks of finding a positive direction, sustaining that direction, and acquiring the skills needed to achieve the directional goals. Today’s young people are well aware that they will need to make a transition from adolescence to adulthood at some point; but for too many of them, this awareness—which can be a source of keen anticipation for those who look to their futures with hope—triggers a sense of vague foreboding or worse, a debilitating anxiety that can lead to further developmental paralysis.
Today’s young people are well aware that they will need to make a transition from adolescence to adulthood at some point; but for too many of them, this awareness—which can be a source of keen anticipation for those who look to their futures with hope—triggers a sense of vague foreboding or worse, a debilitating anxiety that can lead to further developmental paralysis. Indeed, extended disengagement from adult social roles is a prescription for anxiety and depression. To remain uncommitted to career, family, and other serious community responsibilities is an untenable position for a young person to settle into.
Anthony Seldon, the Master of Wellington College in the United Kingdom, remarked in a recent newspaper column: “Depression and hyper-anxiety among the young at school and university…have reached epidemic proportions. A Harley Street psychiatrist last year reported that he was seeing five distressed children from just one class from a highly academic ‘successful’ London school. Is it surprising that at university so many find it difficult to cope? S. studies show 45% of undergraduates display serious signs of depression.