thankfully, she still confides much to my husband...
we also have a similar situation except he is nearly five years older than did not approve of such an age difference so she hid the relationship from her dad and I for over a year until she became had a miscarriage two months is a bright girl and will be going to college soon,at least that is the on the other hand dropped out in 8th grade,also he can't read very well and therefor doesn't even have his drivers license she drives him everywhere and bends over backwards to make him happy.someone told me he cheated on her a couple months is a mother to react? Her boyfriend does not work or goes to school, does drugs( we have seen him)is drunk all the time.
I know there will be lots of emotional damage to heal when he's out of her life and can't wait for this to happen.
if there's anyone out there can offer advice on how we can expedite this breakup ... forever grateful How to deal with boyfriend's sister drama?
We know she loves him dearly but isn't enough,enough? If they are meant to be together, he will change for the better, or she will leave him and find someone else.
If she is young it is not likely she will stay with him forever.
My whole family loves my husband now and while I do regret dating the loser, I know that no matter what my parents said I wouldn't dump him, it was like I was ina trance, as wierd as that sounds. My daughter's boyfriend: 30 year old Mama's boy who lives at home, works a part-time deadend job, no education, 10 years older than my daughter, subtly manipulative, enjoys his responsibility-free lifestyle.