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Fatherhood, According to Dingdong Dantes

Dingdong and Zia Dantes are father-daughter goals.
IMAGE Joseph Pascual
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“I want to see her helping people. I want to see how compassionate she is, I want to see how much she loves her family, I want to see how much she respects humanity, I want to see how she embraces her gift, regardless of what that is.”



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“Collaborative na ngayon, hindi na masyadong structured. ‘Yung process of learning, sabay. Kasi while the child is learning, the parent is too.”


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“Respect humanity, respect the rules. My father taught me the value of education. He taught me how to value women.”


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“To be a good father, you must fully appreciate being a son. Fully. You must fully understand your wife. You must fully understand yourself, and you must fully commit to a life that is greater than yourself.”



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