An emotionally detached father who was present only physically could generate the same issues in their children.
We have already seen that the father does not have to be physically absent to be an absent father. An emotionally detached father who was present only physically could generate the same issues in their children.
The father is critical. That is an undeniable truth. What happens when there is only an absent father at the core of a family who does not establish any relationship with his children?
A child’s brain is very active. In their day-to-day life, they need more than anything positive reinforcement to grow healthily and maturely. An absent father creates inconsistencies, gaps, and difficulty in how they interact with their child. A child will wait and hope for affection, communication, and daily interaction, which will open them to the world through their father. However, when the father is absent emotionally, the child is faced with a wall.
The lack of a father figure generates emotional detachment.
Empty and distant treatment by the father generates anxiety in children. They don’t know how to adjust. They develop expectations that are never fulfilled. When they are older and become more aware, they compare other children’s parents with their own. They notice that the fathers of their friends act differently than their fathers. The lack of a father figure generates emotional detachment. It makes a person more insecure when it comes to establishing specific relationships.
The child may grow to be an untrusting adult. The idea of projecting high emotional hopes on someone creates fear. They fear being betrayed, not recognized, or ignored and neglected.
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