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G., Good Morning, I am writing because I need advice on how to approach a situation.
My 16-year-old daughter and her boyfriend broke up three months ago (after 1.5 years).
This young lady knew how devastated my daughter was with the breakup.
The only red flag I see here is that your daughter and his son are a little young to be settling down.
Many people do successfully marry their college sweethearts, but I don't see why they would rush into it.
Do young men these days ask their dates out by email? So after a bit of deliberation, here’s the advice I will give to my son and what I will expect from those asking out my daughter. It’s probably best that you get to know each other before you go out on a date. Get to know who she is and let her get to know you as well. Show her the type of man you are and why you would be a good date.
It’d be great if our family had the opportunity to get to know you as well.
Digital communications are improving aspects of our relationships.
I know far more about my acquaintances and long-lost friends than I would without Facebook.
We hide behind technology, firing off emails without thinking about the person behind the digits.
How many emails have you seen hurt feelings, where, the same words, spoken in person, could have been communicated without any ramifications?
If you're reading this, I'm guessing you know exactly the kind of tension I'm talking about!
It can be so painful and frustrating, and even if your daughter knows deep down that her mom is right (like I did), she often still needs to experience the relationship and its consequences herself before she'll admit it.
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