18 yr old dating 15 yr old
What I am concerned about is that your 15-year-old daughter is spending her time with a man who has an apartment and a full-time job.
There are developmental milestones that he has had (graduating from high school) that your daughter may be missing out on if she is sitting at his place, watching TV and waiting for him to get home from work.
Practice listening without offering too much in the way of critique or worry. As you get better at being with her and listening, you may find a way from unease to some comfort in discussing your worries and thoughts with her.
Our goal isn't to avoid upset or big feelings; those will happen on their own.
In fact, you talk to him enough that he has reassured you he will not be "doing anything sexual with her until she is of legal age." (Meanwhile, when I read that I nearly fell out of my chair.I have met this boy several times, and he is very sweet and responsible, working a full-time job and renting an apartment.And he assured me that he will not be doing anything sexual with her until she is of legal age. I know that if I stop her from seeing this boy, she'll be upset. A: Okay, I took a deep breath before I started writing this.My wife is pregnant for the first time (she’s 27 and very healthy) and we want to tell our family but it’s only been 3 and a 1/2 weeks - most things I’ve read suggest waiting at least 8 weeks to tell people. Q: My daughter is 15, and I recently found out that she has started dating a 19-year-old boy.