This Sunday, June 7, 2015 photo shows, Perez Hilton, from left, his son Mario, and his new daughter Mia posing for a portrait at the Sofitel, in New York.(Photo by Amy Sussman/Invision/AP)(Photo by Amy Sussman/Invision/AP)
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Before you go accusing advertisers of living in la la land though, I have it on good authority that these communication experts know a thing or two about trends.I'm simply describing some of the pictures proudly posted on timelines today, by friends who happen to be fathers.Their actions, words and Facebook are proof that, unlike many of their own fathers, they refuse to be considered solely as material providers. What many male parents fear most is that, by getting too engrossed in making a living, they might miss out on making a life.It definitely can't be easy being a father and making a life in Lebanon.Tanya Dernaika is a communications expert, blogger, wife and mother recently repatriated and enjoying the roller coaster that is life in Beirut.
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