I first met Danielle at a pool party in Nantucket more than a year ago. The nearly forty year old beauty came to our clique as a "plus one" at a time when she was struggling with a break-up. Scads of men sidled up to her, but with her angst pouring liberally along with the wine, it got to the point where everyone started feeling a bit overserved. Since that time Danielle's gushing performance has become a "table topic" amongst our clan. Then this weekend she was back, this time for brunch, claiming to be "new and improved." But as the saying goes "old habits die hard" and Danielle proved to be no exception. Just minutes had passed before she took center stage, only this time asking anyone who would listen to "fix her"…up.
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I have a 16 year old daughter and a boyfriend living with me. We are getting married but haven't set a date. He has lived with me over a year. He and I have discussed my daughter’s behavior a few times. His child is grown and lives out of state. My daughter has always lived with me and we are very close. I do allot for her and I know part of the reason she is the way she is, is because of me. I baby her and do stuff for her. She is a good kid. I do a lot for him too. He tells me that I dote over her. I say that’s just my way of being a mother. I'm really not a good discipliner, but will set her straight when I feel she needs it. He feels that she should behave a certain way being she is 16. Like picking up after her self, washing her bowl after breakfast, keeping her room clean, wash her own laundry, help clean the house when she see's something out of place, keeping the TV and radio down and so on. Some of the stuff that she does or doesn't do doesn't bother me but bothers him. He comes to me to tell her things, that puts me in the middle but I’d rather tell her then him. I feel that sometimes we should all three sit and have a talk about some issues. He feels I shouldn’t have to keep repeating my self. She should know right from wrong. He feels that I always take her side and always have an excuse for why she did or didn't so something. I kind of know what I should do but would like some advice. There is more detailing explanation to this but this getting to long of a comment. He doesn't even want to try to build a relationship with my16 yearold daughter. He can't wait until she leaves the nest.
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I write my own cards so I'm not misunderstood!
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