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    #1 sleepylittleboy



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    Posted 27 June 2020 - 09:26 PM

    I don't exactly know how this works aaa-

    I'm a broken little. My daddy tries to be sweet to me. And he is. He's very sweet. But he compliments me a lot, and his compliments just feel like lies. How do I tell him, and what do I do to feel better when I'm feeling depressed...?

    #2 MasterPhotog



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    Posted 27 June 2020 - 10:54 PM

    Be honest but polite with your Daddy. Give him credit for trying to help you deal with your issues. Perhaps it's time that you seek professional help. 

    Keep in mind that regardless of your Daddy's efforts, nothing will work until you also do your part.
    Best wishes!

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    #3 IzziLittleBunny



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    Posted 28 June 2020 - 12:52 AM

    I agree with MasterPhotog, You need to express yourself to your daddy but also be sweet with him about it. I understand what you're going through as I had the same issue with my daddy. Maybe you do need to seek professional help.


    Your daddy just wants the best for you and it probably hurts him to see his baby boy like that.


    #4 Nymph


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    Posted 28 June 2020 - 02:27 PM

    Some people are not comfortable with compliments for all kinds of reasons, perhaps they grew up with "fake" superficial compliments or with a passive aggressive person who would compliment so you can't help to have negative thoughts about it. Your self esteem could also be low and not believe anyone could honestly say something nice to you, if this is the case though, nobody can fix that but yourself, with help of a professional if necessary.


    I think the first step, before you talk to your daddy though, is to try to figure out the things he does that make you feel happy and loved. If you start the conversation with that he will know he is doing something right, then move on to how it makes you feel when he says "x" and why your reaction is so different to other things he does that are positive to you. Try to go deeper than saying it "feels fake" because that is you basically calling him a liar. Instead say if you feel anxious or pressured or overwhelmed, it would be great if you can figure out why too.


    A good option, if he is willing might be to look into your love languages so you can both find out better way to communicate and understanding your differences. Perhaps words of affirmation are the last in your list for example (that is the case with me and I tend to dismiss compliments with a quick thanks and/or change subject as politely as I can) but sometimes people offer compliments because that is their first love language, it's how they would like people around them show them love. So perhaps he is just trying to encourage you to give him some compliments here and there.

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