Question by  AmandaZ (92)

How important is discipline in the father daughter relationship?


Answer by  navywriter (790)

Discipline is important in any parent-child relationship, not just a father-daughter one. If a child is allowed to do anything at all they desire, they will not learn limits.


Answer by  okcmouseketeer (779)

If a father is involved in the daughter's life, he must be able to set and enforce boundaries. This will show the daughter that the father cares, but will also teach the daughter to show the father respect. The father can then be part of the good and bad.


Answer by  Hank440 (36)

One of a parent's most important responsibilities is to teach their children boundaries. Boys and girls often test their boundaries in different ways but the overall objective is the same.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

Discipline is very important, as going to either extreme (very light or very strict) can and will affect the relationship, and also the daughter's relationship's with men in the future.


Answer by  noodles101 (238)

Fairly important. Dicipline matters in ever parent child relationship. Often times fathers will not want to discipline their daughters because they don't want to be the bad guy.


Answer by  John (9008)

Discipline is very important in any parent-child relationship. A parent is not a friend to his children. You certainly love and support them, but you also have to be willing to set rules and be firm with them.

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