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It's not about having a relationship, it's about having a relationship with someone the right age. A 20 year old should be pursuing girls who are at least 18 years old, and I think you might know that's the stumbling block here. And saying you think he sounds jealous doesn't sound like the whole truth either, if you're really trying to understand the ...


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What I want to know is what you, fathers and mothers, expects from us, sons in law, who wants to have a relationship with your daughters. I don't have daughters, but I hope to some day. But I'll write my answer neutrally: my expectations would be the same for sons and daughters and whatever gender their romantic interest is. I would expect those who ...


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I am a girl who came from an abusive house hold during this same age. I also have several sisters from a healthier household (I was adopted by other family). I also have a half brother in this age group. So I feel like Ive been in this situation in several ways and what I'm going to tell you may shock you. This is perfectly normal teenage behavior. Its ...


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she thinks that he is cool because he makes a lot of money off it Most likely, he's spinning yarns about the money in drug dealing and she's falling for it because she watches too much TV. Studies indicate that low-level drug dealers make $20k-$30k per year. While that's a lot for a 17-year-old, it is not very much money at all by adult standards; ...


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This is very definitely a codependent relationship, if he so strenuously resists when his contact with her is restricted. Time to get a therapist involved. If he needs some kind of incentive to go, explain to him that his girlfriend is in danger and that she needs help. But no matter how much he wants to, he has no training. Help him think about all the ...


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There isn't much you can do to force a change in their relationship. You can establish curfews, household rules, and so on, but unless you plan to watch her every minute of every day, she'll find a way to break a rule that you put in place. While she is certainly not an adult yet, your daughter's old enough to make some decisions on her own. The best way ...


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Is there anything you can do? Not really. I'd say talk to your daughter and make it clear that you know what she's doing, you're not happy about it then go onto making sure she stays protected while having sex. It's probable this will just end in time and then you'll be there to console your daughter however, you could talk to her and suggest that she ...


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You could tell her that she thinks her boyfriend is cool, but he really is not because he ruins lives. That might stop her. You could additionally forbid her to see him, but I'm not sure that will stop her. Basically go over to your daughter and tell her that he boyfriend is a bad person. Or go over to him and say: You're a mean person


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There are several people here who should be involved, and there are two people to consider whose lives are being impacted in an unhealthy manner. I think there needs to be some adult intervention here. The girl's parents absolutely need to be informed Whatever the true intent behind the girl's suicidal expressions, they are still suicidal expressions. The ...


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I don't recommend you try to discuss this when she is in the throes of a problem. He will not listen to reason at that time. Instead, when things are calm in the middle of the day, walk him through the logic of the situation. Ask him questions. Your use of the phrase "drama queen" suggests that your questions might be along the lines of "was she really in ...


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Hmm, help her out with the baby. If she needs a little break ,be there to assist with the babies needs. and that may mean that you take baby for walk, change diapers, or even give baby a bath, while mom takes it easy. You may be a starting mister mom with this, but in your wives eyes, she will regard you as an angel dear for helping her. Besides, all moms ...



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