Dating a friends father
I felt it was putting her in a really uncomfortable position, to be in the back of a car with her Daddy driving with a new Mommy and they’re all going to go off to the movies together, and I blew up at him.
I apologized the next day because I realized it was fear-based on my part, but I said, “I think that’s very confusing for her, she’s barely had time to process this and then all of a sudden it’s like a situation where she needs to feel comfortable with it almost being like a family thing.” He was very apologetic about that.
But one was faced with an extra dilemma after discovering that his teenage daughter has embarked on a relationship with his 40-year-old best friend.
Reddit user Kommander Tom asked fellow users what he should do about the unconventional pairing, and fellow posters warned him that he should be very concerned and urged him to find out when the relationship first began.
I said, "You're my daughter, and she's your friend. " My daughter laughed and said that she can handle it. The extreme age difference isn't necessarily morally wrong -- it's just terminally dumb.
Despite all the love, we've been called every name in the book: I must be a gold digger and have daddy issues. (I've already given the underage drinking speech many times.) They all went to another room, and then Emily went back to Laura's room to get her purse. The following day Laura took the case off, and the computer was wet. DEAR AMY: My 18-year-old daughter "Emily" was hanging out and drinking in her friend "Laura's" dorm room before heading out downtown.He told me on a Friday that they were together, and then on Saturday, my daughter had plans to go to the movies with this friend, and I was under the understanding that the mother was picking them up and taking them to the movies.Well, my ex pulls up, driving his girlfriend’s car, to collect my daughter, almost like a family and I was livid.