If you’re familiar with Taz Angels, the terminology “Daddy Issues” should not be alarming to you. As weird as I personally think it is to submit to a lifestyle where you have to objectify yourself, this is actually a common behavior within women who have absent fathers. One thing I can’t help but see eye to eye with them on is the point of DADDY ISSUES being a real thing.
Tragedy can either break or make you. The experiences we go through in life are all planned events that mold us. It’s almost like pottery and you have the choice of having total control over the clay. Growing up without my biological mother who passed away when I was 7 and having no relationship with my “father” eventually forced me to take total control. Control over my fears, control over any situation that tries to stunt my growth and control over my future.
Yes, I’ve had father figures but things don’t always go as planned. And I’ve learned that a father figure is exactly what it’s called, someone just to step in for a moment. One walked away from I’m assuming the responsibility and weight that came along with it, one betrayed me and the other chose to put an end to our father-daughter bond through a text. All very hurtful situations that haven’t and could never break me. Even the thought of my biological father not feeling any need to show any type of sympathy when my mom died makes me cringe to this day but never broke me. That’s nothing but God.
This type of strength doesn’t happen overnight and it only happens when you really want change. You have to accept yourself and learn to LOVE yourself to gain power over any given situation. All those girls that are apart of Taz Angels are gorgeous. You can be the prettiest thing walking but you’re only as valuable as you see yourself. That’s how powerful the mind is so be very mindful of your choices in men, friends and the energy you allow in your space. Don’t let the domino effect from disappointment of being let down so many times let you settle for mental, emotional or even physical abuse. Detach yourself from any and everything that is toxic. Take total control.
Choosing to take control was the best thing I could ever do for MYSELF. My blog is based on style and confidence building because it’s what helped me to find myself. Which is why I find it important to create balance and express my ideas on topics like this.
Finding yourself, identifying your passion and serving your purpose fills that empty hole. Don’t be that girl to blame all your wrong doing on your daddy issues. Be accountable for the decisions you make and for the direction you want your life to go in. ❤️