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10 Things Women Wish They Could Tell Their Fathers

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When I was a kid a lot of my friend’s dad’s either made a big deal out of announcing that they had “become a woman” in front of other family members, or just told the news to anyone with ears without consent from their daughter.

It’s a difficult enough time and it’s embarrassing and personal enough as it is!Show as much interest in your daughter as you would a son, I spent my whole childhood and teen years wondering what I was doing wrong, why my dad paid so much more attention to my brother than me, I felt like he wished I was a boy and I tried to be, from doing well in sports to taking computer science, but nothing worked.

Recently my father expressed how much he liked raising me because it was so easy “it was being like a grandparent because dads don’t have to parent daughters the way they do sons”.

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