After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.It usually means that a girl either didn't get enough attention from Daddy when she was growing up, or that Daddy just wasn't around (ever.) She compensates for this by: a) becoming super promiscuous/a serial dater/needy or clingy to men in her life because she wants attention from men that she never got from dad; or b) Hating men altogether/keeping men at bay because there is the innate fear that any man that she gets involved with will just leave or hurt her like her dad did by not being around.there is nothing wrong with a woman who wants a father figure as a mate it is very fullfilling for me & i dont believe you have to have real life father issues some may , my parents have ben married 58 yrs i do prefer a man older 20 yrs usually & did like this age diffrence before wanting a father figure / daddy & wen 1st asked to call a man daddy i resisted , but now its what i want & do like having a daddy very much & wish it was easier to find older men whom love to be daddys for younger women in real life relastionships like a dating site just for that wanting a father figure is not a negative but for the rt 2 people very full filling emotionaly ect for both of us they love the affection & attention just as i do & sm what of a disciplinarian & guidance teacher , lover , they are usually very stable ./ settled patient ect i dont want any thing but this this is what is rt for sm people , ive never had any thing more emotionaly fullfilling than the daddy baby girl relationship & it can be based on an age or not ?If there was a dad or other male caregiver in your early life, he probably set the first model of how a relationship with a man would be.And for better or for worse, regardless of circumstances, children love their parents/caregivers unconditionally and accept the attachment and love that is (or is not! Our first attachment patterns shape our expectations for future attachments.He never got the concept of me not being there to answer the phone. He loved going out to dinner and the dinners kept him alive in the last 10 or 15 years. If I didn't call him back in 30 seconds, he'd call again.
Comparing pictures of Brad Pitt with Angelina Jolie’s dad Jon Voight, Norman Cook with Zoë Ball’s dad, Johnny, or Nigella Lawson’s ex Charles Saatchi with her father Nigel, it’s easy to spot this phenomenon at work.
We had an odd relationship, but we spent a good amount of time together. He didn't want to talk about it or understand it. The thing that I love most about him is his love story with Barbara. " He says, "Oh, we're good." You ask her, she says, "Oh, we're good." It was never "me" or "I." It was always about the two of them. " Maybe he wanted to save me from sending him 91 roses.
The first 10 years of our friendship we talked on the phone a lot, like two schoolgirls. He'd always get pissed at me because for his birthday I'd send him one rose for every year. You'd think that he'd think that's pretty special, but he got pretty pissed off at me.
Many years ago, I sat with my family in the lobby of a restaurant waiting to be seated.
Out of nowhere, a very little girl toddled around the corner and walked straight up to my 6’5”, 325 lb. It was a scene straight from the movie Within seconds, a young man equal in size and stature to my dad rounded the corner and in a very deep, kind voice said to the toddler, “Rachel, where did you go?