My 17 year old daughter is dating a 24 year old
And as long as their no danger to her physically or she won't have her bank account emptied, the worst that will happen is a broken heart, which is almost never fatal or forever.
Asked in Denver, CO December 22, Any and all advice would be very much appreciated. For the purposes of this subsection 1. She's close enough to 18 that it's not unreasonable for her to start making the kinds of choices adults make.
If so, then you still tall case clock dating some say in her life. I doubt that he'll treat her worse than a year old guy would.
You can piss her off for the next six months trying to prevent something she will do anyways, or you can realize there is nothing much you can do, there is not that much of an age difference and she's not a little kid anymore. Originally Posted by Diogenes the Cynic.
It really is your job as the older one to make sure she is comfortable with anything that happens regaurding the relationship. There were no opponents in the air. And as far as them having sex Get matched in 90 seconds to a licensed therapist whom you can audio, video and text anytime, anywhere.
Does he have a full time job? Age of consent might be lower than 18 in the state in question. So the last few weeks, I notice her texting and talking on the phone to Guy more and more.
A 17 year old who is dating a 12 or even 13 year old is edging close to pedophilia. Find all posts by Nava.
They have bigger plans for the future. I have to say that a 17 year old daughter dating a guy that is 21 is a bit scary, and maybe a little weird. Follow 16 My mum and dad were this exact age when they met each other.
I'm glad you didn't talk to her about it yet. No point in having counseling with just you, but perhaps counseling with you, your daughter and your ex as a co-parent would be helpful. Icarus - I like all your suggestions; college has been a priority and pretty much drilled into her brain since she was a baby. Got a relationship, dating, love or sex question?