Your dad has probably supported you through the good times and the hard, and Father's Day is a time to acknowledge that.
But what about those children who have lost their fathers, or don't have contact with them.
Keep scrolling to find out more about why some people are wanting to rename Father's Day...
Fathers Day can be a difficult time for some people for various reasons.
via: ShutterstockSome people may be without their father or some may not know them.
But, for others, it is a great time of the year.
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It's a time when we can spoil our loved one.
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A chance to show our appreciation for all that they do for us.
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Even the little things like when your tire needed changing.
For many of us, it is a positive day.
via: ShutterstockNot for everyone though.
Some children are without their dads.
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And for those, Father's Day is probably a day that is a lot harder to cope with.
via: ShutterstockOne that could bring sadness, which is why some people have called for it to be renamed.
They are calling for Father Days to be renamed because not everyone has a dad.
via: ShutterstockThey believe by rebranding to another name, it will help those who are without a father.
One woman who has lost her father shared her call for the rebrand on Twitter.
via: TwitterShe wrote, "We really have to start an alternative rebranding of the day for those of us who have fathers who have passed on..."
The idea caused a divide online.
via: ShutterstockWith differing opinions being shared.
Some were understanding of why people might want the name changed.
@JoeCarriere4 @jespopo Her tweet is that of a child grieving the loss of her parent. She's dreading Father's Day be… https://t.co/bEZ094gOYq— BIANCA MARIA (@BIANCA MARIA)1592409499.0
Others explained that despite losing their dads they still celebrate the day.
@DailyTrix @HillaryzMyHmgrl I love remembering my dad on Father’s Day, but it’s been a few years now. I suggest mak… https://t.co/E30F1fYSvW— SunshineSeeker (@SunshineSeeker)1592367238.0
Although, not everyone agrees with this idea.
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One Twitter user described the idea as crazy.
@jespopo Meghan McCain must be crazy thinking that just because fathers have passed on it should be renamed somethi… https://t.co/ER1hQperSf— Joe Carriere (@Joe Carriere)1592369429.0
One user even explained that she herself doesn't have her father, but she doesn't agree with the proposed change.
Father’s Day has always triggered me because my father is a deadbeat, and you don’t see me crying to have it rename… https://t.co/ILXFCHRjGj— Julia Farnese 🐝 (@Julia Farnese 🐝)1592358994.0
Some even claimed that if we are changing Father's Day we should change other names as well.
@DailyTrix I think we should also have a rebranding of “anniversary” for people who are divorced, of “Halloween” fo… https://t.co/HelZqkvfwB— Never Vote Republican (@Never Vote Republican)1592362695.0
This isn't the first time this discussion has arose.
via: ShutterstockThe topic is mentioned almost every year around this time.
And the same happens when Mother's Day happens to.
via: ShutterstockBut so far, there has been no actual proposition of change.