Perceived Abandonment

Children who had no excellent fatherly presence in their lives may come to resent paternal figures because of perceived abandonment, which includes the idea of God. There is a tendency for fatherless children to be unwilling to surrender their lives to God the Father when they have lived all their lives feeling abandoned by their fathers. These feelings are birthed from the lack of trust, resulting in a heightened sense of anger.  

Growing up, the child who feels these emotional issues may contribute to problems with the criminal justice system, drug abuse, or even relationship and mental health issues. To illustrate, anger stemming from abandonment can make it difficult for teenagers to establish friendships and relationships.  

Attachment Issues 

Attachment pertains to the deep emotional bond that exists and grows between the caregiver and the child. Fatherless kids are more likely to experience attachment-related problems than those from two-parent households. These fatherless kids can share severe emotional issues throughout their lifespan. The inability to form a strong caregiver bond is linked with the hypervigilance to anger the individual experienced. The fatherless child may also experience a misappropriation of hostile intent to neutral stimuli. This experience may result in conduct problems in the child. Such misbehavior may have the unintended consequence of creating difficulties in developing friendships and healthy romantic relationships. On the other hand, the active involvement of a father with his children can promote long-term empathy and self-control child.

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