I need a daddy type

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I have a Dad who was consistently present growing up. He was never abusive and we have incredible memories together. This can quickly become an addictive pattern. My parents got divorced when I was very young. The time that I was able to spend with my Father was subsequently minimized.

So, every time I saw my Dad, he was just trying to make the most out of the day. And as great as that was, it disallowed a certain realness and connectivity that would have been there if I was able to see him and live with him on a daily basis. As I got older, this led to me going after guys who were emotionally disconnected. I had become emotionally unavailable myself and I still battle my reverse narcissism to this day.

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My consistent pattern of being involved with emotionally unavailable and narcissistic men came from patterns that were ingrained as. I am lucky enough to coach some of the most successful, well-known, and powerful people on this planet. And it never ceases to amaze me how quickly they regress back to their younger, eager, validation-seeking selves when Dad sends them a simple text after skating in and out of their lives either emotionally, physically, or both for years and years.

Of course. No one had the perfect parent and no one will be the perfect parent. My father is very far from perfect. We are all fighting our own battles. Familiarity is predictable. And predictable, especially to a traumatized heart, is safe. You convince yourself that if you can do the one thing no human will ever be able to do make another person change out of being who they arethen THAT will invalidate Dad and de-pedestal him.

As little girls, we want to impress our fathers.

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We want them to think we are as amazing as we think they are. This then sets her up with a lifetime, VIP pass for riding the toxic relationship ferris wheel. It allows her to justify making excuses, ignoring red flagsand giving multiple chances to partners who did not deserve one. Why did I waste so much time? This was exactly what I needed. Thank u!

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I just got out of a relationship with a truly despicable man for whom I dropped every boundary that I ever thought I had, subjected myself to and accepted from him everything you have described in your posts. Right now, I am ashamed, humiliated, angry, desperate for relief and sad that I have wasted my whole life by not recognizing that I fit the description of a reverse narcissist.

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This last relationship broke me. He was a reflection of the self-destructiveness and negative feelings I have towards myself. I came to your website looking for answers and when I read your posts on narcissists and Daddy Issues my whole world blew up. I was married once when I was Lasted a year. I work in a male dominated industry and am pretty successful in it, financially independent and still physically attractive. I am afraid that my time is running out and that nobody will want me if they knew my whole story.

Not so much huh? I know this is why I allowed a truly bad guy to destroy me and everything I thought I was. My family does not ever ever ever talk about anything of substance. My dad was a functional alcoholic who would go on benders every I need a daddy type. He would come home and him and my mom would have EPIC fights that would end in one of two ways: either he would pass out on the bathroom floor after puking his guts out or he would lock himself in the 2nd bedroom with a closet full of hunting rifles and scare my mom to the point of catatonia.

I was the one who had to try and protect my little brother and do everything I could to keep the peace and prevent anyone from doing anything to trigger his anger. Next day?? Life would go on as if nothing ever happened. If anything was ever said and that was a big IF it was my mom making excuses and telling us that he is a good man that works hard and supports his family so we should all make allowances for his behavior.

When I was 16, after a huge fight and having to call my aunt and uncle and an ambulance for my mom who was in full blown catatonia on the couch I had a blow up of my own with my father. When he was sober the next day we had an epic fight. I snapped. This, coming from me?? The peacekeeper good little girl do everything anyone asks and always avoid confrontation me? It was shocking.

No more benders, no more fights. He quit cold turkey. My mom and him are still together, married now 45 years. Life just went on. I think they have tried to make it up to me by being overly involved in my life and always being available if I ever needed anything. I wish that I could elaborate further and answer your questions, but I have too much to say to type it all out not enough hands to type or hours in the day. I would also need more details. The link to it is on the home. Thank I need a daddy type sister! Say whaaaat?

Completely on point again. Not only did I leave my relationship with an emotionally unavailable man I had to face my own trauma with my father. I now have all ends covered! Thank you Natasha.

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Natasha, thank you. Especially the relationship and emotional unavailability articles. You have been the one to provide truth and clarity and a guidance on how to move forward. Thank you so much for sharing your life and wisdom. I hope you know how much you are appreciated. Thank you! Thank YOU so much Eve! Brought me to tears and empowered me all at once. I knew the what and why in a very foggy state; you pulled me out of that fog and gave me clarity, and now I am all the more ready and anxious to break this toxic pattern, embark on the road to forgiveness and move forward.

Your words speak truth and they heal! Eternally grateful, S. Sammi, you brought me to tears. I need a daddy type my love to you. Thank you so much for writing this article…it has given me that extra push to go ahead and seek out a counsellor for my issues. You are believed in, loved, supported and never alone. Thanks June! I do have Daddy issues. They were all my normal. Forever grateful for having found your blog and will continue to use your words to fill my brain with your spot on affirmation.

Omg, your comment about being a bottomless ATM with no rules or limitations really hit home. I used to think he really loved me and that things would get better. I randomly came across this blog and let me tell you, you made me understand so many things about myself. I needed to read this.

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Blessings xoxo. Thank you for the love and support. May God bless you Natasha. You are loved, understood, believed in and never, ever alone. This totally made me see my pattern of dating emotionally unavailable men because the good ones were boring. Thanks so much for this!

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