The dilemma I have a year-old daughter who I believe is in a relationship with a year-old man. It's been going on since she was around 17, when she began babysitting for his children. When I ask her about it, she flatly denies it, but she is an attractive girl who has never shown any interest in guys her own age, and she lies to me about where she is going. We have had a troubled relationship for a number of years, although she's still living at home. I split up from her father five years ago and although I have a reasonably amicable relationship with him, my daughter does not. He's in a new relationship and chooses to believe what he wants; he points out that she's off his hands now she is over
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Now i dont know what to do.. But to her she feels like they're going on a year of being "together" yet she only saw him in person this July. They met on fb last Oct or Nov, i think its ridiculous, this older guy is only taking advantage of her. Now they she did it once i doubt they will stop just because i found out and grounded her. She's my youngest out of 4 and everyone of them are completely different in good and not so good ways. Im just concerned, as a mother, a christian mother religion is important to me at not only her physical and mental well-being but her spiritual well-being.
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I was born in and have two older siblings. So far, so normal. Except for the fact that being born in — the same year the Titanic went down — my father was old enough to be my great-grandfather.
While many year-olds are looking forward to a bright future beyond high school, others are terrified about entering the adult world. Even parents may find that raising a year-old can be a little scary. For instance, you may wonder if you have taught your teen everything they're going to need to know to become a responsible adult.