My daughter had a flat tire. Although I didn't change it myself, I took care of it. I paid for the new tire. I answered her phone call. I was there when she needed me.
My son is moving to a new town, starting a new college. I've loaded up my car, packed his clothes, made sure he has financial aid, registered for classes, has money for rent, clean clothes, silverware, dishes and pots and pans for his house, a dining table to eat on and the list goes on and on.
My point here is that I am a dependable, responsible person. My children know this. I do not let them down. They don't really worry about things because I answer their phone calls, I take of their needs and I make sure they have the things they desire.
I am glad that I have a good job and that I can take care of my own. I am fortunate. My children know who to call; they know who they can depend on. When they need someone to help them, I am always there.