I’ve been sharing some of my life experiences here for a few weeks. I’m curious, how have “Daddy Issues” affected some of you?

  • Have they manifested disguised as “Trust Issues”?
  • Have they appeared as “Poor Judgement” or “Promiscuity”?
  • Do you idolize your father & find it difficult to date or entertain any man that’s less than?
  • Do you feel out of place in the presence of those whom should make you feel most comfortable?
  • Do you feel that “Daddy Issues” don’t exist, and people like me use them as a cop out?

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  1. Yahne Jackson

    Hi I heard of you and your blog from the powerhr conference call with Gabrielle Jordan. I can really relate with your story with why you started your blog. I also stumbled upon Neo, I knew nothing about him and by getting involved in what he has to offer and his words of encouragement. I sprung into action I started my own blog, I began really getting my life moving and started sharing things which made people begin to follow what I have been doing and I wasnt even aware of it!

    But in relevance to your post, I am the girl who Idolizes her father. I’ve been a daddy’s girl since I can remember. I feel like he can do no wrong and everything that he says is close to perfect, he’s my hero.
    Having that said, I never gave any of the boys in my generation the time of day. I love the person my dad is and his positive type of image so I dont want a man in my life who doesnt live the same. I honestly feel comfortable enough to not need any male attention at all, some find it hard to believe but as long as Im living, progressing and stress free Im great (my friends are the complete opposite from me when it comes to male attention and none of their fathers are around). But I’ve had a boyfriend for 4 years now. Things are going great, and as long as he stays focused on his future/values, respects me, and keeps God as a part of our relationship we will remain and be just fine.
    Point is, I draw colcusions of what men in my life should be like from my daddy, and for me he shows me that men like him do exist and he set that standard pretty high!

    I will also be at the “Step into Greatness” conference hope to see you there!

    1. shamikoreid

      Wow, I’m so grateful that you took the time to visit my blog after hearing about it on the call! I don’t know if you’ve had a chance to look at any of my older posts, but how you feel about your father is the way I feel about my grandfather. I’m not currently in a relationship but I rarely give men the time of day because I feel the same as you as long as I’m living progressing and stress free all is well. Glad you have current relationship success and I hope to meet you at the “Step into Greatness” conference also!

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