Don't have an account? To participate in discussions consider signing up or signing in
facebook connect
Sign-up, its free! Close [x]

Benefits

  • okay Create lasting relationships with other like minded women.
  • okay Blogging, let your voice be heard!
  • okay Interact with other women through blogs,questions and groups.
  • okay Photo Album, upload your most recent vacation pictures.
  • okay Contests, Free weekly prize drawing.
  • okay Weekly Newsletter.

Q & A

does anyone here feel like they are still searching for their fathers love.........and can see a pattern with the men they are with? I feel thats what I am doing. Would love to hear from others who feel like their dads didnt kno they were the most important man in their daughters life!  thanks!




Answer this See more Questions

View All Answers

    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Denise Richardson wrote May 23, 2011
    • Hello and God bless you Vgirl, its been a while since we’ve seen or heard from you but it’s good hearing from ya! As for me I never had a relationship with my real dad or my step-dad that raised me , however I never had that longing feeling I guess one would call it for the love of a father. I guess because you can’t miss what you never had so to speak, however watching my youngest daughter grow up after their dad and I divorced when she was 7yrs.old makes me wonder if this is her issues, and why she makes all the wrong choices in the men she dates, I have tried in past times to give her all the pep talks and the motherly advice a mother could give, and even asked their father to step in and do his part as a father and advise her on a mans level on dating, but to no avail, he declined and it was he who closed the door on the realtionships with his children not me or them, so I feel she is where you are. I will say to you don’t gvie up hope. If you believe in God and Jesus is your personal saviour, then he said He will stick to you closer than any brother etc.... so call upon Him in times of need and he will answer you, he loves you with an unconditional love, and no one can beat that kind of love, my blessings to you my friend.heart




            Report  Reply


    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Marya1961 wrote May 23, 2011
    • Growing up without a dad in my life (he left when I was 8) really had an impact on my relationships with men.  I felt betrayed, unloved and really angry about this.  I never felt I could trust a man, and really did not know how to relate to them.

      My hub has been a good friend to me all these years and continues to be supportive.  My step-dad (whom my mom married when I was in my 20’s) is also very kind and loving.

      Lots of good wishes to you and hopes that things work out.




            Report  Reply


    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Kyah wrote May 23, 2011
    • My grandfather raised me from the time I was two years old and he was my knight in shining armor. I made sure he knew how much he meant to me & being good with words, I would make him cry and smile.  

      He died at 87, and when the funeral director closed the lid of his coffin, I knew no man ever could replace him in my heart. Men come and go, but none will ever have the amount of love I felt for him. That’s fine with me.




            Report  Reply


Ask a Question






mature content submit as anonymous