Bradley Cobb Says “To me fatherhood is a sense of duty and responsibility”

Name: Bradley Cobb City: St. Louis, MO | Instagram: @BradCobbComic

What does being a father mean to you?

To me fatherhood is a sense of duty and responsibility that is in my opinion just as important as having a strong mother/leader in your household being a father to me means spending time with my children that adds value to their life giving them information that will help them to grow to be responsible mature adults and to teach their value and morals that will guide hem through the rest of their life.

Describe your experience with your father growing up and how that impacted you today.

My father was a pastor and a teacher he had times and struggles in his life that he had to overcome but even through all of that he was determined to be a good man

What things did you take from your experience growing up into your own fatherhood journey?

What I learned is that as a father you must make sacrifices and remove beside your ego for your children and there will be but there was the one thing my father taught me I remember I was walking in front of him and it was windy and I kept spitting and my dad said son don’t spit in the wind and so I spit again and I was about 10 or 11:00 and he said I’m going to get another piece of advice don’t tug on Superman’s cake and when he said that that kind of brought me back to Earth
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Have you had any obstacles on your fatherhood journey? If so, explain.

Yes I have been incarcerated my youngest daughter of which I have two she didn’t meet me until she was 9 years old in person the day I got out of prison I have been addicted to drugs and was victim of my own addiction but that obstacle led me to seek of true existence and become a stand-up comedian and be a premier subject and the documentary film so things have been amazing

What advice would you give others new on their fatherhood journey?

Don’t let other people dictate what you know the best action to take is

If you could write a quick letter to your father, starting with “Dear Father,” what would you say?

I would say dear father,
Thank you for being my father when you didn’t have to be the Wayne Cobb is one of the kindest best men I’ve ever made in my life and I’m proud of you say is my father the part that I respect the most about him is that he overcame his shortcomings and uses that as a testimony to help himself and others


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