Teen dating someone older

24-Feb-2020 11:09

She has swung from wanting to stay in, being depressed, to wanting to be out of our house 24/7.

Well, not quite 24/7, we have rules – she has a curfew (which she has never missed), and we have expectations about how much time she spends having family time.

So meeting young/age difference isn't always a bad thing. When I was 17 I was dating a controlling 26 year-old, and I also came from a very crappy home life. I had no model of what a healthy relationship looked like and I just wanted someone who would make me feel safe and take care of me. By that time I had been in groups homes and foster homes and was a ward of the state.

At 39, I can honestly say from this perspective, I really was more mature.

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I understand 100% that she's at an age where she wants independence and to be treated as an adult, and I get that that would make her defensive if she thinks people are questioning her 'adult' decisions. We went to college together, have a daughter who will turn 5 in the fall, and just celebrated our 15th anniversary a couple of days ago.

Not saying these results are Just chiming in too - I met my now husband when I was 16 and he was 21, on the internet no less!

It supposed to be so that mum (dad does nothing) can tackle things at home, in reality, she goes out drinking.

The eldest called social services (the UK version of CPS), they have intervened, things got worse – she was threatened by her step father and moved in with us. The situation at home – an emotionally and physically absent father (though he lives in the same house, in his own room, surrounded by his games consoles) – he doesn’t contribute to the family unit. They don’t bathe, clean themselves or brush their teeth.

There is a significant lack of appropriate supervision (the 11 year old will be out at 11pm at night, by herself, half way across town).

But still, it’s like she’s a moth to a flame – she is immediately attracted to any guys who pay her attention, and half of them I swear smell vulnerability. I found out by sort of facebook stalking him after having a bad feeling when I briefly oversaw a conversation between them on her i Pad – she shut it down and moved it form sight as soon as she noticed that I’d seen it. Suggestion: don't try to stop her from seeing him.

You know when you meet someone and something is just off? That is almost certainly not in your power, so don't even try.

It supposed to be so that mum (dad does nothing) can tackle things at home, in reality, she goes out drinking.The eldest called social services (the UK version of CPS), they have intervened, things got worse – she was threatened by her step father and moved in with us. The situation at home – an emotionally and physically absent father (though he lives in the same house, in his own room, surrounded by his games consoles) – he doesn’t contribute to the family unit. They don’t bathe, clean themselves or brush their teeth.There is a significant lack of appropriate supervision (the 11 year old will be out at 11pm at night, by herself, half way across town).But still, it’s like she’s a moth to a flame – she is immediately attracted to any guys who pay her attention, and half of them I swear smell vulnerability. I found out by sort of facebook stalking him after having a bad feeling when I briefly oversaw a conversation between them on her i Pad – she shut it down and moved it form sight as soon as she noticed that I’d seen it. Suggestion: don't try to stop her from seeing him.You know when you meet someone and something is just off? That is almost certainly not in your power, so don't even try.When my parents found out they were pretty upset and disapproving.