Things Every Dad Raising A Daughter Should Know As Told By Daughters

by Ariana

Mothers and sons, dads and daughters, it's just always been that way. Daddy's girls. The apple of their father's eye - we've heard it all.

The world of cinema has painted the daddy/daughter relationship to be one of total ease, of sweetness, of a tough, strong dad and a sweet daughter who can do no wrong in his eyes with an unbreakable bond, and often it is that way. What is often not discussed, however, is that many dads are kinda clueless when it comes to raising girls - and it's not their fault - it's just the way they're programmed.

They don't know a whole lot about what is means to be female because, well, they're men! A viral Reddit Thread recently posed the question, "What's something you wish your father knew about girls when you were growing up? and that answers came in FAST. This is one for all the dads to read in the hope of understanding their little (or grown up) girl a little better.

via: Reddit

Sex... at some point.

Sex... at some point.
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Periods. Just everything about them.

Periods. Just everything about them.
via: Reddit

Just don't.

Just don't.
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Gentle with the hairbrush!

Gentle with the hairbrush!
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never ever ever ever ever!

never ever ever ever ever!
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Truth.

Truth.
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Funny, but sad.

Funny, but sad.
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Bring on the boy stuff.

Bring on the boy stuff.
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Nothing personal

Nothing personal
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It's ok to like them.

It's ok to like them.
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Pay close attention, because we will be,.

Pay close attention, because we will be,.
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Sometimes, we're just mad, but usually there's a reason.

Sometimes, we're just mad, but usually there's a reason.
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Take the hint.

Take the hint.
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ALL. THE. POINTS!

ALL. THE. POINTS!
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:( Communicate!

:( Communicate!
via: Reddit

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