My daughter dating older guy
A group of the teens came to our neighborhood several weeks ago, and he was in attendance.
I feel almost as if my beautiful, smart, talented d/d has been kidnapped by aliens. It's early--the only time to get to the computer in my house--and I didn't sleep very well last night. Well I don't have a teen child of my own but I once was a teen who went through the same thing with my parents.Around 10pm, my husband went out to let them know that they needed to wrap it up, and found our d/d in an embrace with the aforementioned boy.Of important note: we had never officially met him.We do not yet allow her to "date", but we do allow her to go places with groups of friends such as to the movies and to community or school events.She was invited to prom this year, and after weighing all of the information, we decided to let her go.We told our daughter that this was not a relationship that we could support based on his age, his intention to leave the state in just a few months, and the fact that neither of them had taken the opportunity to introduce him to us and give us a chance to "get to know him".
D/D has continued to push the issue--constantly requesting to invite him over; texting him to let him know where she will be when she is out with friends.
He professed an interest in one of her friends and began calling her to get "information" about her friend.
Over time the interest in the friend diminished, yet he continued to call her every day.
I'm hopeful that we'll find her again, but worried about what choices she is going to make in the process. I was 16 and the guy I was seeing was 21 and when my mother and father found out about they were strictly against it.
I then started to leave school to see him, and i would leave out the house after they went to sleep to see him.
Eventually my attraction to him wore off so we stopped dating.