My 16 yo came home very upset because her boyfriend informed her that a female coworker has been overly friendly with him and also told my dd this coworker told him she would be willing to have sex with him to let him see what he was missing. My dh and I think that this is an attempt by him to get my dd into bed because she may lose him if she does not have sex with him or just to see how far he can get with her. My dd tells us that he is only telling her because he wants her to know the truth. My dh and I are second guessing ourselves. We honestly don't trust his intentions. What do you ladies think? Would you give him the benefit of the doubt? I told her that there are more fish in the sea...this is the first boy she has been allowed to date and I know if and when they break up it will hit her hard.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 6:53 AM on Apr. 23, 2009 in Teens (13-17)
Answer by Bugsmommy1908 at 6:57 AM on Apr. 23, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 7:24 AM on Apr. 23, 2009
Oh no.... I wouldn't give him the benefit of the doubt because I have heard that before too... its manipulative to say the very least! I wish you the best of luck on this.... your DD at 16 is probably going to be easily swayed by someone who she thinks is on the up-and-up with her (her BF) and a lot of girls this age will lash back at the parents if they think the parent is just trying to "screw things up" with the BF.
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