BRYN MAWR, PA – Father’s Day is coming up, and if you’re suffering from some guilt about Dad, you’re not alone.

A new survey commissioned by Visiting Angels reveals more than half of adult children sometimes feel they take their dads for granted.

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Fifty-two percent of those surveyed admitted they’re not always so grateful for their fathers, and 44 percent say they feel dads are “slighted” on Father’s Day.

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Visiting Angels says fathers sometimes get overlooked because we expect so much from them, including being a caretaker, a bread-winner and a handy man.

Whether or not that’s the case, the study also has some good news for Dad. More than three-quarters (76 percent) of those surveyed say they’ll visit their father on Father’s Day, which is in line with what the company says is the top gift dads reported wanting: quality time with kids and family.

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