I recently posted 2 questions about advice that moms would give sons about love and advice dads would give daughters about love. There were 19 comments posted regarding mother/son relationships vs just 5 comments posted regarding father/daughter. Do you think this difference is an indication that dads don't know what to say about love or that they just have a harder time communicating with their daughters? Curious what everyone has to say about this. Thanks!
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I am sure your 3 girls appreciate how lucky they are to have a dad that openly shows his love for them. Lucky you, too, Abby ;)
Yes, I am extremely blessed. Thank you, DexisView. My girls know that they are too as they have friends with no dads. They love their dad very much.
...possibly, dashingscorpio. I still think most dads will admit to being puzzled by females in general.
Congrats for having that relationship, edhan! I agree that if the communication is established at a young age it may continue through the more challenging years.
Lucky girls and Dad!
Thanks for sharing, Hariom. My dad (76) has 1 son and 3 daughters. He will tell you his daughters gave him no choice but to listen and learn about female ways. Now he has granddaughters that he has stopping in and talking about their love lifes :)
Tough for Dads to watch their little girls become women. It is inevitable so best to enjoy it ;)
And yet every man I know of had his heart broken, was lied to, or cheated on by some woman in their life. Mothers warn their sons about girls and dads warn their daughters about boys. Most parents don't believe anyone is "good enough" for their kids