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I have been divorced for eight years. My daughter thinks I can do better. Please help me. What should I do? Nonetheless, it is not surprising. Your daughter is used to not sharing you with a man and now things will change. She is probably afraid of what that change will mean for her.
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Coping with the dating lives of teenagers can be a strain on any parent, but it can become even more difficult when you particularly dislike your teenager's boyfriend. Parents must walk a fine line when they dislike their teenager's choice in a mate, as too much objection can push your child away, while pretending to be overly supportive can help the relationship flourish. Thus, if you truly dislike your teenager's choice in a boyfriend, your best option may be to remain relatively neutral. Withhold any obviously disapproving behaviors or comments that would let your teenager know you are unhappy with her selection in boyfriends. This includes suggesting that your teen date someone else, telling her to wait until she is older to date, making negative comments about her boyfriend or deliberately avoiding your teenager's boyfriend and excluding him from family activities.