Last year he grades suffered she almost got suspended from university as she was so obsessed with him spending time with him and so forth. my mom listened to my story, but when it was all over she would say "i m not going to say i told you so"! i made a lot of silly mistakes when i was your daugther's age.Teenagers might get swept away in a love-at-first-sight relationship, enjoying every moment and blissfully ignoring any warning signs.While parents might want to boot their child's unimpressive boyfriend to the curb, meddling in a child's relationship rarely leads to a positive outcome for anyone.Ask yourself whether a child's partner is really a "loser." Does he treat your daughter well and does your daughter seem happy dating him?While your child's boyfriend might not be an exceptional student or a hard worker, your daughter might be content with dating him for now.And even if she doesn’t, introducing her to new people can be a positive and assertive thing to do- especially since you’re not directly intervening in her relationship, and you are still showing your daughter how concerned you really are.My 20 year old daughter is dating an abusive, lazy, lying, cheating 23 year old. As a mother of a 19 and an 18 year old I could just imagine how difficult it must have been to tell her to leave. Like wendyrs said, it's a good decision that she will be living on campus... I guess most of us women on this Forum can say, been there and done that right along with you... Once she is out of the house, she may realize how much better she can be treated by someone who really cares for her. Her friends will tell her, and sooner or later she will see it for herself, but girls who date men like this usually have some form of self-esteem issues.
My daughter just graduated last June, we were so proud of her. Her boyfriend has an abusive father in another state and a drug addict mother who just got out of prison, he has been living with grandparents. Anyway, we said hell no he cant live with us, so my daughter basically ran away with him for the night which they spent behind a church.Most teenage relationships will not last through the college years, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.Look for any signs of serious trouble in your child's relationship. ” It’s the announcement every mother hopes she’s lucky enough to make. Let your daughter see how he fits in with your family. As Steve Martin so beautifully said in Father of the Bride, “you worry about her meeting the wrong kind of guy, the kind of guy who only wants one thing …The arrival of a baby girl signals endless hopes and dreams of a future filled with dress-up dolls, pigtails and plaits, netball games and school dances. ” It’s the announcement every mother hopes she’s lucky enough to NEVER make. Then, you stop worrying about her meeting the wrong guy, and you worry about her meeting the right guy. Lamble says, “if you want to stay close to your adult child, it's important to accept their choices of partner …Time often can be a worried parent's best friend when a child is dating someone whom you consider a loser -- a teenager might go through several romantic relationships as he grows.