Loving fathers who provide praise, support, and unconditional love give their daughters the gift of confidence and high self-esteem. Daughters who have these traits grow into happy, and successful adults. Simply being present, encouraging, and a good listener is often all daughters need to flourish.
Why having a father is important?
1. INVOLVED DADS HAVE A DIRECT IMPACT ON THEIR CHILDRENS FUTURE. Involved fatherhood is linked to better outcomes on nearly every measure of child wellbeing, from cognitive development and educational achievement to self-esteem and pro-social behavior.
What are the psychological effects of growing up without a father?
What Are the Psychological Effects of an Absent Father? To summarize, depression, suicide, eating disorders, obesity (and its effects), early sexual activity, addiction-formation, and difficulty building and holding on to loving relationships are all side-effects of an absent father.