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As far as parenting goes, mothers tend to get
all the shine as they’re the ones who have the
special role of carrying, nursing and in some
cases raising a child alone.
But the truth is fathers also have a very crucial
role to play in the lives of their children, and
even more so in the lives of their daughters.
For starters, a father is usually the first male
figure a female is exposed to and the
relationship between a father and daughter
goes a long way in shaping a female’s life.
Here are ways a healthy father-daughter
relationship impart on a female:
1. Confidence: There’s something very
empowering about a father’s unquestioning
love of his daughter(s). In most cases, females
who grow in the shadow of their father’s love
and support tend to become confident women
who require very little validation from the
male of species, and let’s face it, there’s
nothing sexier than a confident female.
2. Crucial life lessons: From dating advice to
knowing your way around a tool and even an
appreciation of sports, fathers offer very many
enduring life lessons that shape the girl child
into a well-rounded woman.
3. Dating advice: Believe it or not, fathers can
be very insightful offering some of the best
dating advice you’ll ever receive, because let’s
face it, they’ve been there and done that.
4. Independence: Many a modern day
independent woman owes their self-reliance
to the guidance and providence of their father,
as they learn very early on not to rely on
anyone for their needs – except daddy
5. Healthy competition: Fathers tend to
foster in their daughters a need and
appreciation for healthy competition whether
it’s in the classroom, sports field, boardroom
or stage – just ask Serena Williams » and
Beyonce » both of whom have credited their
immense success to their fathers’ drive.
is a General Editor at Pulse.ng.
She writes the daily Pulse VIP
Chronicles – the insight into the
daily VIP lifestyle of Nigeria and
the people who shape it.