Instead of making a judgment based on appearances, learn about him before cementing your opinion, positive or negative.
Children learn their first lessons in romantic love from their parents, reminds the National Fatherhood Initiative.
The wise dads relish the opportunity to develop a real, intentional, grace-and-truth relationship with the man who might be tasked with caring for their daughter for the rest of her life.
But as good as ideal sounds, it’s hard to find that picture in the Bible, and ultimately it’s far too simple for most not-yet-married realities anyways. What if she’s still single at 25, 30, maybe even 40? You are also her protector, so if things are going wrong and she is feeling pressured or harassed by a guy, she will want to talk with you about it. As she answers, again try some follow up questions like "Are you upset? " These clarifying questions can help you get a little deeper into the feelings and emotions that your daughter may be experiencing. After all, you are a guy and you have some insight into the male gender that she probably doesn't have."I wish I knew how to develop a better relationship with my daughter," my friend commented. If she is not having a love life yet, she may either feel happy or sad about that."As she gets older, it just seems that we have less to talk about. As you talk, you can reassure her about who she is and what she has to offer in a relationship at the right time and in the right place.4. " Girls can find themselves in a world of conflict about their future.