A blog that was posted in website “Love-Life Learning Center” created by Dr.Tom Jordan and his wife whose professions are in the field of psychology: states that fathers need to nurture their daughters in order for them to have a secure sense of themselves as individuals and as desirable women.The benefits that a woman misses by the emotional absence of a father in her childhood are management of emotions, encouragement of risk taking, competition and more.
Hence, making it more difficult for the woman with low self-esteem to overcome obstacles throughout her life.
Moreover, Kortosch explains three types of love relationships that adult women would have if they experienced the emotional absence of a father.
That would show that he just wanted to take advantage of the naïve, young woman he married to.
The third type of relationships is “Avoiding engaging emotions” which is where women just avoid getting involved their emotions with men and so they decide to focus instead on their careers, taking care of others by serving them, serving to god, to their sister’s sons and daughters and so on.
A factor that has been largely ignored, however, particularly among child and family policymakers, is the prevalence and devastating effects of father absence in children’s lives.
First, a caveat: I do not wish to either disparage single mothers or blame non-residential fathers for this state of affairs.
The first one is called “The multi-faceted arena of relationships” this is the type of relationships where women who don’t have a sense of validation for themselves tend to look for it by having sex with men until they think they found the “right” one that makes them feel accepted. “Absent Father & His Daughter’s Love-Life.” Love Life Learning Center.
The second one is “Marrying “Daddy” which is the type of relationship where women seek for older men wanting to find the father figure they never had.
This is how a daughter would have information in order to be able to look for their ideal man in the future.