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As a little girl did you have an active relationship with your father?
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      Linda L wrote Sep 3, 2014
    • Although I know he cared about his children, he was hard to get along with and the love was conditional.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Sep 3, 2014
    • I never had a bond with my biological father how ever I knew him, but I didn’t care for him, h didn’t raise me, my stepdad did and we had a decent relationship.




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      Tuliplady wrote Sep 3, 2014
    • I was daddy’s little girl.  Pretty much still am.  I know there are days that he has trouble wrapping his head around the fact that I’m pushing 50.




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      Marya1961 wrote Sep 5, 2014
    • I knew him until the age of eight, he left my mom, sister and I and we never saw him again.  I have heard about him through the years..apparently he re-married and I have a half brother.




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      Carine Nadel wrote Sep 6, 2014
    • my dad has always suffered from depression.  never considered getting help-generational thing.  he is the world’s sweetest man, hard worker and loves us all desparately-but I believe that his depression made it very, very hard for him to have a relationship with us b/c he was obsessed with “what’s wrong, I feel your pain, I’m your dad, I can see your pain“.  As kids we weren’t told about his depression but we got tired of being told that and inbetween being asked “how are you?” literally on a constant loop these questions.

      Now he’s got Alzheimer’s and he re-iterates the same thing b/c he can’t remember.

      I wish I had been a daddy’s girl, I wish he had gotten help so that there had been a close connection.  something that will always be missing for all of us.  heartbreakfrown




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      Tuliplady wrote Sep 6, 2014
    • heartbreak  frown  You all make me realize how very very lucky I am.  I think maybe I better make the time to go see my dad tomorrow.




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      Diane17 wrote Sep 6, 2014
    • My parents divorced when I was 2 and I lived with my mom.  My dad had a bad temper and he screamed and cursed a lot.  When he would come visit, he would always start fighting with my mom.  I was scared of him to be honest.

      Now when I got older, after I got married, our relationship got better and I felt we were getting closer.  Unfortunately he died shortly after I got married and never met his grandchildren.frown




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