Men understand "independence" and "pursuit of happiness" and they are likely to instill that value set in their offspring, especially a "Daddy's Girl." Balanced with a sense of good judgment, also instilled in her by Mommy or Daddy, a daddy would probably not have much need to interfere with her dating life, or who she chooses to fall in love with. and I certainly have gotten that before from other guys.
Yeah, and for the record, my 11, 12 in January, year old little girl, is a genuine, boot-skootin' Daddy's Girl. There's that certain sense of intimidation, which I cannot change if they (the guy) truly feels that way.
Thus this pressure extends toward my dating life too.
I feel like if ever I do one day get hitched, it will play out like a scene from "Father of the Bride"....
A dad who doesn't want to let go of his little girl.
Well my question again is: Does it turn you off or scare you to date a gal who is "daddy's little girl"??
As you pointed out, being a Daddy's Girl is much different that being Daddy's Spoiled Little Princess.
(But its not like I go gushing all my lil secrets to him either! His principle was encouraging us to be comfortable enough to be honest & open. wondering if this would effect the perception of prospectable guys out there.
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I can't speak for everyone but from what I have read the simple answer, for me anyway, is NO.
The picture I get is that I might need to be a little more careful for fear of "daddy" coming after me for hurting his little girl after a fight but not knowing your or your dad that might not happen either. I'm more turned off by a profile without a pic, so it would probably never make it to th dating stage.
not only does a guy have to put up with your spoiled ways. If both partners are happy, then there is little anybody else can to to interject (unless you are part of a radical religion like Muslim/Mormon, in which case, dad could marry you off to someone else). You grew up with the love and affection of your father ...