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    Is it possible to feel fatherhood through being a dad?

    Excuse me for talking to myself, but I didn't receive much love from my parents...


Question date: 2023/12/05 01:34

Nice to meet you.
Is it possible to feel fatherhood through being a dad?

Excuse me for talking to myself, but I grew up without feeling much love from my parents.My parents had children for the sake of respectability (I've heard this clearly from them), and their favorite phrase to their only daughter was, ``I'm investing XNUMX yen in you every month, so do your best.''
I believe that financial support was what kept me and my parents together.

As a result, even after they become adults, they are still unable to get rid of their longing for their families, especially their fathers.

I don't think a real dad will give you unconditional love because it involves a physical relationship, unlike a real dad.I accept that it is just a simulation of that time.

Still, I think it would be very reassuring if an older man looked over me kindly or said kind words to me (financial support would be even better).

In short, I want to become a father because I believe that the simulated experience of fatherhood cannot be experienced with people of the same generation or lovers.

So, I would like to ask you a question: Should I tell the potential father that I am seeking paternity?Or is it better to stay quiet because you will be attracted to him?
By the way, I plan to narrow it down to just one person instead of multiple people.

I would appreciate it if you could give me some advice.

By the way, my ex-lover is my father...!I am so hungry for fatherhood that I have experienced crying and being discouraged. (lol)
Thank you.

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If it were me, I wouldn't mind it at all.

If you find a father who seems willing to listen, it would be a good idea to tell the truth.

  • Answer date: 2023/12/05 06:52
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I can also interact with them without any problems.
In the first place,
There's no way we can be boyfriends because we're far apart in age, and I want the woman I'm dating to grow up to be an attractive adult (lol)
Complaints about the workplace, how to approach work, interpersonal relationships in the workplace, how to accumulate wealth, how to use money, etc. are topics that we regularly discuss.

If you look at the other person and talk to them, I'm sure there will be someone who will treat you well.

  • Answer date: 2023/12/05 07:46
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Right now, it's still just the imagination of the person asking the question.
Maybe you'll understand if you try being a dad?

Some dads dislike heavy relationships.
There are some people who want adults in the light.

Don't limit yourself to one person at first
I met some people and accepted fatherhood.
I think it would be a good idea to narrow down the list of dads who are likely to give it to you.

  • Answer date: 2023/12/05 08:36
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I think that if the relationship deepens, it may become a position that complements fatherhood.

Literally, he takes the place of a father, and since he is also acting as a substitute for a parent in terms of allowances, I think it is easy to supplement the relationship from there.

I think being a father can fill the gaps in your life, including fatherhood.

  • Answer date: 2023/12/05 11:56
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When I was 29 years old, I became the mistress of a 68-year-old man, and it was like that.
I wasn't particularly hungry for fatherhood, but my dad told me to call him daddy.
At department stores and other places, I was introduced as my daughter, saying things like, ``Make these accessories for your daughter.''
I was older than my biological father, and I was about 10 years younger than my father's biological daughter.

I think it would be better to choose a father who is really around the same age as the parent and child and call him "daddy" normally.

Strangely enough, as we treated each other like parent and child, people eventually started saying that we looked alike, and my dad and I would laugh out loud behind each other's backs.

It's a nostalgic memory.


  • Answer date: 2023/12/06 01:21

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