Father's Day is right around the corner, and as you begin your search for the perfect gift for your dad, keep in mind that sometimes the best presents aren't things at all. When it comes to the man who raised you, changed your diapers, fixed all of the toys you broke, and taught you how to drive, sometimes a good old fashioned chat is all he really wants. And luckily, if you're not a great conversationalist, there are probably plenty of things to apologize to your father for on Father's Day that you didn't even know you needed to.
And before you think that I'm advocating for a depressing Father's Day, take a second to read through this piece. These apologies are really more of heartfelt ways of saying "I'm sorry that you had to deal with my toddler, childhood, teenage, and adult antics."
If you're a parent now, it sheds a whole new light on what your mom and dad went through when they raised you, so simply acknowledging how much of a trial that must have been might just be the present your dad has been hoping for since the beginning. But a nice card and a new set of golf clubs probably wouldn't hurt either.