Alright, I'm writing a story where Snape has a daughter and I had a question. We all probably can guess that the job of being a father can be stressful -- even when only three people (the girl, him, and Dumbledore) actually knows she's his daughter. He wasn't there for most her life, but now that he does he wants to have some form of a relationship--fulfill his duty, that sort of thing. They have an awkward relationship, but I'm planning on making Snape slowing getting the feelings of protectiveness that a father usually has (only of course he would hide it as best as possible). And, I'll say it again, having those feelings can be stressful, even to Severus Snape, especially when a father's worst fear comes true. His daughter starts getting into a relationship with a boy (the HORROR). Of course, since Snape doesn't believe he can ever be a good father, he's a bit confused of how to act. Do you think he'd ever get stressed enough to go to Dumbledore as a sort of mentor to ask for advise or to spill out his frustrations? Or do you think he'd simply stay out of it and watch from afar, letting all his frustrations build up inside?