The father daughter relationship is important in many ways but whatever this is you posted seems to miss one important point. We learn from our parents, in many cases we tend to become our parents later in life to one degree or another... Like it or not... The point is that if your mother never had a stable relationship, you never learned what a stable relationship looks like and how to go about getting one. It is possible to learn this, but it will require you to be ever vigilant and stop and evaluate your emotions when they happen, and place those emotions where they belong. Most of all educate yourself about yourself. know your strengths and weaknesses and use them both to your advantage.
I think the blue section is a bit of horse shit really, EVERYONE seeks out approval and eventually sexual relationships, you just don't know what a good one looks like so you may do it inappropriately. Even your friends you may have with "good parents" don't really help, you may see glimpses of that good relationship, but you don't really live it, so its hard to place that into your own life and identify with it. Everyone fights occasionally, but a good couple can resolve those fights and become stronger for it, not use it against each other to erode their confidence.
The purple section - Abusive father figures are the worst because then no matter how rationally you look at it and how much you tend to WANT to get a "Good man" you get bored with the good guy and eventually drift apart. I know several girls who date abusive men almost compulsively. It is sad really because in a few cases they have dated men who treated them well they get "bored", he isn't exciting, etc. Well of course he isn't exciting, you aren't having to go to the ER 3 times a month with busted teeth...sometimes boring is good...
1.) Daddy isn't the guy that impregnated your mother, Daddy is the guy that is there for you when you need it (or not as the case may be) Daddy is the guy that spent the most time with you as a child.
2.) Not having a stable "guy" is worse than having none at all, how is a child supposed to imprint on many different males.
3.) Lets face it most men are shit (I could say the same of women) better to say most HUMANS are shit. Finding that one special person is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Do not fear relationships, but don't even begin to think that every relationship is "THE ONE" because it probably isn't. This is ok, just treat each relationship as a learning experience. Commitment is not required until children enter the picture. Remember that you don't have be with this person if you don't want to be. A good relationship is not 2 people joined at the hip, it is two people who choose to walk the path of life together because they enjoy each other's company. At any time either of those people could decide this isn't right for them and move on, but if both of you are happy with yourself, and good to each other, that won't likely happen.
Knowing you have "daddy issues" is the first step to fixing them. No matter how much you "LUVRE" that abusive ex, stay the fuck away from him. There is only one place that relationship leads...the hospital and eventually the morgue. You really need to work on self affirmation, it really is a habit, get into said habit. No matter how stupid it sounds tell yourself that you are beautiful, smart, attractive etc. At some point you will begin to believe it, but until then just keep reminding yourself. This is VERY important. There is one absolute in relationships and that is this: You CAN NOT love another person truly unless you love yourself. If you try to love someone else before you love yourself you are faking it at best, and becoming a leech or a punching bag at worst.
I wish I could have this conversation with my daughter...