Little girls with Daddy Issues grow up to be toxic parents
Having Daddy Issues is not a flattering psychological state. It’s a bizarre blend of hyper-sexualization, whereby the daughter of a toxic father is treated, in essence, better than a wife or mistress. Little girls with Daddy issues grow up to be toxic parents themselves, plain and simple. They say a woman has “daddy issues” when her behavior or mindset indicates that her father was either absent in her life completely, or physically present but emotionally unavailable. This includes the father who overindulges their biological daughter or a preferred little girl for lavish and indulgent treatment while willfully under-parenting or setting a poor quality adult role model.
A Madame Noire article about the pop-psychology phenomenon summed up the syndrome (of sorts) quite well by sharing the following statements. They write, “I’m sure we’ve all heard the term “Daddy’s Girl” – you know…that “Princess” who was spoiled rotten by her father and has him wrapped around her little finger.”
Targeting men who are involved with girls who have Daddy Issues as much or more so than the women themselves by sharing the article, the site shared just a handful of common personality signs. If your wife, girlfriend, daughter, granddaughter, or female friend enjoys a close and healthy relationship with her father, understand there is every reason in the world to praise and support the relationship. But if a little girl manipulates her father or her father sets creepy precedents regarding expectations of how she is to be treated as a pretty-pretty princess, be careful.
According to the source, “Most women fortunate enough to have a special relationship with their father wear that title as a badge of honor.” Failing to note the lifetime of toxic entitlement based thinking such young ladies typically tend to develop due to nurture rather than nature, they jokingly point out the grandiosity such a title implies.
“They say a woman has Daddy Issues when her behavior or mindset indicates that her father was either absent in her life completely, or physically present but emotionally unavailable. These issues can plague a young girl into adulthood, especially if she’s trying to compensate for the attention she may not have received from her father in her relationships. While a woman may seem to have it all together at first glance, there are certain characteristics women with daddy issues display – and if you’re not sure, the following may be a few of the signs…” the self-help resource.
Men with pedophile impulses but a certain level of self-control are likely to fantasize about their “perfect” daughters. They are also the toxic male role models to engage in acts of “grooming” — literally buying a child’s affection by giving them adult theme gifts, over-indulging them materially, not enforcing healthy parenting limits, taking them on expensive leisure theme vacations, or splurging on things like boutique shopping and spa trips.
While many toxic mothers will strive to make a female child a mini-me replicant (something along the lines of training a Stepford wife), the toxic father treats a little girl to indulgences based on an entirely different set of intention than even the most malignant of Somatic Mothers implies. Men who overindulge and allow themselves to be psychologically lied to, conned, or emotionally manipulated by little girls willingly are a sick sort of adult — one of the most covertly toxic of situational abusers masquerading as “good parents”.
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