UNCHeels23 , Mar 13, Mar 13, 6. She will dump you soon.
Mar 13, 7. Mar 13, 8. Sounds alright to me.
Mar 13, 9. TheMachiavelli , Mar 13, Mar 13, She's cheating on you with older men. Goodfellas , Mar 13, Aomber , Mar 13, I'm weird about age, I wouldn't date someone more than two years older or younger than me. Taylaurr , Mar 13, Feb 23, Messages: SuperflyReturns , Mar 13, How often does she change your diapers?
19 year old girl dating a 22 year old guy. Weird?
SecondStranger , Mar 13, Not to mention the effect of a nagging concern that your divorce may have been a contributing factor to her relationship choice. I understand and sympathise. It's not the relationship you would want your young daughter to be having, but if you want to improve your own dealings with her, you're going to have to start showing an interest in her point of view.
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If she is having an affair with this older guy, it's unlikely to be coincidence that it began within a year of her parents' separation. She may well feel utterly rejected by her father and therefore have found what to her seems an ideal replacement. I presume that this is something you've given some thought to?
At an insecure period in her life, around the time she was finishing school, another cataclysmic event took place when you and her father decided to separate. I'm not blaming this on the demise of your marriage - a sad scenario that many people face - merely suggesting that there may be a connection between the departure of her father and her embrace of a father figure.
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It will also have contributed to her feelings of low self-esteem, which also explains why she is lingering at home despite the fractious relationship with you. Her feelings of low self-worth will only be exacerbated by your antagonistic approach to her relationship. What incentive is there to confide in you when she already knows that you disapprove wholeheartedly and want to force her to end the affair? Applying a less judgmental and more sympathetic approach would go a long way to achieving your goal.
19 year old girl dating a 22 year old guy?
I suggest you gently encourage her to open up by beginning conversations about unrelated matters, in the long run letting her make a positive choice to disclose rather than confessing as the result of coercion. You'll need an understanding ear and a large dollop of patience. It may take time but, quite honestly, it's the only way to move this situation forward. Your daughter will not end the affair just because you disapprove.
You can be sure that this affair certainly won't last. Make it your goal to become her shoulder to cry on by the time it reaches its inevitable conclusion. Prolonging your aggressively opposing position will only ensure she carries on, just to spite you. My suggestion is that you try an altogether more holistic approach that includes, despite any resentment you might harbour, improving her relationship with her father.
You need to examine all the contributing factors in order to understand why a seemingly mature and to her rich sugar daddy might appear an appealing option.