Why daughters are attached more to their father?
Its a general observation that compared to sons, daughters are attached more their father in terms of love and caring attitude, why is it so?
I think it's to do with the fact that fathers are more likely to shield and protect their daughters whereas with their son they will encourage to go out and fight for themselves.
Because the daughter receives more guided attention from her father she is not as well trained in dealing with life on her own, as the son would be, and so she becomes more attached to her father.
i am closer to my dad than my bro. I always care for my dad, worried for him as his age is catching up too. My bro doesn't care
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