If his girlfriend is frequently critical toward him or if she tries to isolate him from his family, friends and hobbies, your son might be in an unhealthy relationship, according to Kids Health, a child development site, and you'll need to intervene.
Arrange a time to calmly discuss your concerns about your daughter's boyfriend.
His background check says he’s been in prison two times for drugs and bad checks.
The day our daughter turned 18, she got mouthy and hateful, packed her bags and moved in with my parents, against our wishes.
Let her know that a partner who truly loves and respects her will want to spend time with her family -- provided the family treats him well -- then proceed to treat him well.
You might have to be nice through your teeth, but chances are the loser won't want to spend much time in your presence anyway.
Time often can be a worried parent's best friend when a child is dating someone whom you consider a loser -- a teenager might go through several romantic relationships as he grows.
Parents should be on the lookout for more serious problems in a child's relationship, which could require intervention.
Have all of the successful brothers-in-laws and older sons and males who are decent with women, who honor women. And have him sitting next to these people and let her watch. The stakes are very high so let her work it through. If its truly abusive and you worry about her safety, get to a shrink quickly and let them take on that task.
These things end very quickly if you leave them alone. You are playing this game for who she eventually picks as a life mate. Have all of the successful brothers-in-laws and older sons and males who are decent with women, who honor women. And have him sitting next to these people and let her watch. The stakes are very high so let her work it through.
My daughter started seeing a guy (her first boyfriend) when she was 17 against our wishes.