‘I really feel I mucked it up’: When dads and daughters disconnect

“I can’t think of an example in popular media of a really good father-daughter relationship,” says clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller.

The bond between fathers and their daughters has long been recognised as special. That is, until she hits puberty – at which point it often fractures, sometimes irreparably.

Excerpt from Madonna King’s article in The Sydney Morning Herald (read more)

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