If his girlfriend is frequently critical toward him or if she tries to isolate him from his family, friends and hobbies, your son might be in an unhealthy relationship, according to Kids Health, a child development site, and you'll need to intervene.Arrange a time to calmly discuss your concerns about your daughter's boyfriend.Teenagers might get swept away in a love-at-first-sight relationship, enjoying every moment and blissfully ignoring any warning signs.
She knows and has admitted to me that she realizes this guy is not what she wants, but she said he is a comfort to her for some reason and she finds it hard to break away.
He can't keep a job, he doesn't own or rent, he now lives with a cousin, he doesn't have any money, he continues to lie to her.. He can be charming but come on, you need more than a heart, you need a brain too - remember the wizard of Oz?
I throw a bit of humor in there, but truly, this situation has really taken its toll on me. I encouraged her to start counseling, which she has begun. I dated my highschool sweetheart from my Soph year in highschool until my soph year in college.
I have a beautiful daughter who is 24 years old and ever since high school she has dated one needy loser after another.
Her heart gets broken every time and each time she meets someone new, they always seem to be nice at first but then she finds out they lie, they cheat, etc. His mother and father both have died, so I know she feels sorry for him and beleive me, he uses the guilt trip on her and it works.