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They may even preach teamwork but ultimately the decision-making process is limited to what they want. There are often feelings of loneliness and emptiness because nothing satisfies the hole in their hearts No matter how many people are around them, many fatherless men often feel like outsiders–never able to fully enjoy the company of others because they are not comfortable in their own skin.They don’t know where they fit in and are constantly gripped with a sense of emptiness that no amount of activity, crowds, money, accolades, or success could fill. There is an inability to enjoy the present and a desire to always focus on an unreachable future Many fatherless men are always striving, never satisfied, and never happy.This is because they didn’t have a good earthly model of fatherhood from their natural fathers and have no understanding of how to relate to God the Father and His unconditional love. Having an autocratic style of leadership in one’s churches, businesses and families Because fatherless men never emotionally connected with their earthly fathers, many do not know how to relate or trust others who work for them or are under their care in their families.The result is a top-down autocratic style of leadership that doesn’t leave room for meaningful input, counsel, or shared leadership decisions.There is an insecurity and/or a sense of inferiority because of neglect, lack of affirmation, or abandonment Some men continually walk around with insecurities that negatively impact the way they relate in business, ministry, and marriage.They never fully trust their abilities and hence, they don’t always trust others around them to do the right thing towards them.
Boys need a father figure to learn how to be a man.
This sense of inferiority causes them to try to hide their low self-esteem by projecting a machismo persona full of confidence, but inside their souls they are always afraid. There is a fierce independence because of a lack of trust of all authority figures Some men who have experienced fatherlessness have a hard time inwardly submitting to any form of spiritual authority, even if they outwardly attempt to do so.
They mostly make their own decisions without getting real counsel, and if they do get counsel, they will ultimately do what they want anyway because they don’t believe anyone fully looks out for their interests. There is a great competitive drive due to comparisons with other men Some men’s insecurities result in them constantly comparing themselves with other men.
They believe that they must not be deserving or lovable.
Children also develop the belief that the absent parent is bad and so, through genetics, they must also be bad.