What is the psychology behind workaholic dads?

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Workaholics' psychology is the method of dealing with people who are addicted to work. The psychology behind workaholic dads is to spend some time exercising and frame a good diet plan and keeping aside weekends exclusively for your spouse and children.
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Possibly Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) but I would need much more information before making a true diagnosis. Most likely, it is not a psychological problem, but just perfectionism
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