Teenage daughter dating loser dating in corporate culture
Having a boyfriend at sixteen doesn’t lock you into a long-standing relationship with him.
In truth, one study suggests the average person dates about seven people before finding their handsome prince or beautiful princess.
We know that he feels threatened by her even having close friendships with other girls.
I’d express my concern about her obtaining a well-rounded educational and social experience — joining lots of clubs, organizations, etc.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. the only thing that you can do is be there for her. But until she is ready to accept her mistake and change, you are talking to a blank wall... You see, we argued all the time last year because her grades were suffering and she was always out with him. It is best she leaves because we both need time apart and she needs to think without my pressure or my anxiety about him. The more you try and convince her what a louse he is,the more she will think she can change him.Emphasize that she has hundreds of options for her future and that she can experiment with them to see what she likes.We generalize from that to suggest that taking a science course doesn’t lock you into a career in astronomy.
We have a 16-year-old daughter whose first boyfriend is an 18 year-old overly-controlling “Loser”.