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And as a physician, sometimes the relationships i see going on between divorced dad and daughter are not so great as the daughter is almost a surrogate placed on a pedestal (in defiance of former wife) that is bound to topple when she ether doesn't do exactly as he wants or meets a young man.
so I see the situation as more complex than you depict and not all biological fathers are to be emulated in their behaviour nor are they necessarily capable and the best for the daughter Reply Interesting that your tendency is to focus on the probable cause of a father's failure; his contribution to the divorce, an affair, or not being upstanding enough to be a role model for his children.
A girl stands a better chance of becoming a self-confident woman if she has a close bond with her father.
In fact, girls actually depend on their dad’s guidance into adulthood.
Divorce and Daughters: The Best Gifts A Dad Can Give His Daughter After Divorce By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW A father’s effect on his daughter’s psychological well-being and identity is far-reaching.
I was a bad dad for the past 11 years (I mean I rarely see her and talk to her).Dating Tip 1: Take Your Time Some teens date, some don’t.“Girls need to feel good about themselves before they start to date,” says Charles Wibbelsman, MD, chief of adolescent medicine at Kaiser Permanente in San Francisco.I find it amazing just how many divorced women feel qualified to analyze their ex-husband's potential as a parent only after divorce, while clearly never comprehending the effects of teaching their children how to hate. Reply Spending a disproportionate amount of time with the mother post-divorce, combined with a lack of the same interests, understandably contributes to the disintegration of the relationship between father and daughter.
I've known many fathers who, despite their best efforts, were never able to reconnect.The most common themes that emerged from these interviews were trust issues and a wound in the father-daughter relationship.