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AirTalk asks: How do you celebrate Father’s Day if you don’t have a dad?

Indian father Shailesh throws up his son, Harish, at a park in Amritsar on June 19, 2016, on Father's Day, a day observed in many countries to celebrate fathers and fatherhood. / AFP / NARINDER NANU        (Photo credit should read NARINDER NANU/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian father Shailesh throws up his son, Harish, at a park in Amritsar on June 19, 2016, on Father's Day, a day observed in many countries to celebrate fathers and fatherhood.

Last Mother’s Day we asked how you honor the holiday if you don’t have a mom – whether you remember her passing or celebrate someone who has occupied that space for you.

Last Mother’s Day we asked how you honor the holiday if you don’t have a mom – whether you remember her passing or celebrate someone who has occupied that space for you.

With Father’s Day coming up this Sunday, we want to know how you celebrate the day if you don’t have a father. Has someone else – a teacher, coach, brother, neighbor, or even your mother – filled that role?

Is there a non-traditional “father” figure in your life? How have they stepped into that role for you? And how do you celebrate them?

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