Daughter dating deadbeat sex dating in level green pennsylvania
Emily Yoffe, aka Dear Prudence, is on weekly to chat live with readers. (Sign up here to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week. Things were going great for me, my daughter and my relationship with "Tim." Tim and I were set up by a mutual friend who is a professor at the college my daughter attends. I feel like I am in a horribly-written daytime soap opera. Parenting, Dating: I've been divorced for five years, raised a wonderful daughter who is in her fourth year of college, and started dating a wonderful man one year ago.Now, he has made her choose between her loving, close family and him.They are engaged, and because we asked him to get a job (he hasn’t worked or gone to school for months and months), he refuses to come to our home or speak to us.As a child, my husband's family pressured him to undergo laser treatment to have his birthmark mostly or completely removed. Other than him being teased a bit as a child, his birthmark was mostly a nonissue.However, I believe some of his anti-social behavior stems from that.He has told her if they get married, we are not invited!He has also told us there is no way to reconcile things until after they’re married — and that will take at least a couple of years.
Sadly, our beautiful, talented, smart, witty daughter of 22 has been dating a “loser” for six years. She has broken up with him at least 50 times, but only for a day or two at a time. He has at least 18 of the “Loser traits” in your article.
At the time, my daughter had an apartment, a job and was engaged.
Well, that relationship ended after he hit her and, because they worked in the same town, she quit her job without having another one lined up.
She never looked for another one and her current boyfriend moved in. Long story short here, her dad, my ex is diagnosed as a somatic narcissist.
Six days before the lease ended, her apartment building caught fire and burned down to the ground.