Definition of a ‘Daddy’s Girl’

Daddy's little girl

 

  1. A daughter who looks up to her father constantly and you have tremendous respect for your father. 
  2. A daddy’s girl is a daughter who really enjoys spending time with their father.
  3. It also depends on the type of female she is (see below link to definition of the three types). As some daughters will become spoiled brats who get everything from their rich fathers; as their usually time-poor as they don’t get to spend much time together, so show affection in monetary terms.  Some girls want Daddy’s approval and so compete with those around them, just to show Daddy that he should be proud of them as not to be time-wasting in life.  And others are contented girls who are very close to their fathers who are time-rich; imparting perspectives about life to their daughters to assist their development. 
  4. A girl who is her daddy’s favourite, the daughter being the apple of his eye; she can do no wrong. 
  5. Her Dad affectionately worships and/or admires her; especially when she matures into her adult life as a well-rounded person, and this is essential to her, as regarding the treatment of her femininity; particularly when socialising with other males in society when grown up.
  6. The Daddy’s Girl relationship goes both ways, as the father gains an understanding of the female psyche in its purest form, that is very similiar to those ‘Mommy’s Boys‘ in families; as they’ve a special bond.  However, general speaking, whilst a ‘Daddy’s girl’ gains self-confidence through her father’s role in directing his daughter, whereas a ‘Mommy’s boy’ will become insecure by associating with his mother; who’s role is usually more controlling of her son, and this is the biggest difference between these two types of familial bonding. 
  7. If a Daddy’s Girl has a problem or good news to tell, she would never, ever turn to her mother or siblings in the immediate family, it would be her Father first and foremost.
  8. A Daddy’s Girl always and always. This never changes even when the daughter has a male partner in her life or sons/daughters of her own, her father is a fixed figure in her life; her anchor to the world at large.
     

Related Blog Postings:
Humanities Literature an  Essay on “The Treatment of Femininity”
3 Definitions of Female Types & Traits in Society

Weblink Articles: Are British men becoming mummy’s boys too?
Sons really are their mother’s favourites as 88 per cent admit treating boys differently.

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