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Please give me an advise. Thanks very much! How about when your son is abusive to his girlfriend treats her like crap hits her slaps her does horrible things to her and he blames her.

I think then the girlfriend deserves better than your son. Chances are he's going to keep being abusive to his girlfriends until he chooses to change.

I say then support the girlfriend don't put up with ugly behavior from your son towards women. Good for you, Bill. She sounds like an extremely insecure person who needs to self-protect.

Your son must be a person who sees the good in all people and who tries to fix them. It's hard to talk to your adult child about his choice of mate because he will see it as yet another reason to protect her.

We did not attack our son's former girlfriend but we only continually expressed our love for him. When the opportunity arose, we did mention that it might be a good idea to look into their future together to see what type of mother and wife she would make because he would have to fill in for any of her deficits there.

He saw that her depression, dark attitude, and erratic behavior would not be good for children and that his life would be forever difficult.

I don't know if you read about my dream but the best thing you can do is to remind your son always about your love for him and that is a love that will never end or change.

It is a love he can truly count on while romantic love with the opposite sex is, well, fragile and easily broken.

Believe me, he will want to hang onto that. My son now knows this and will never let love for a girlfriend break our relationship.

All great advice, Lori. I'm afraid we have failed miserably with my son's recent girlfriend. Well, they have been going together for four years.

At first we got along but then we discovered she steals things So things are a bit strained to say the least.

But we keep working at it and we keep the lines of communication open. This is not a blog but a "hub" or article that uses one of the Hubpages templates.

But you did give me a good idea about turning this subject into a blog! Not sure if I will do it, but it sounds good.

Thanks for stopping by! Nice blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere? A theme like yours with a few simple tweeks would really make my blog stand out.

Please let me know where you got your design. Bless you cecgggceekac. Dear Concerned, I am sorry to hear of your grave situation. Indeed, it must be very difficult for you to witness the neglect of your grandchild.

I can't help but think that your son isn't capable of making sound decisions for himself let alone his son.

He does not seem concerned for his son's health and well-being. You will not get far in discussing this with him or his girlfriend. Say nothing critical or they will resent you.

HOWEVER, you can tell your son that if the child's school gets involved, he and his girlfriend will be reported for neglect and this can cause him to lose custody of his child.

He could be returned to his mother and if that is not possible, then perhaps you can gain custody or at least guardianship of him.

Before you act on any of this, I suggest you speak with a family court representative or attorney to see what your rights, as a grandparent, are.

There are a lot more resources for grandparents today. It honestly sounds as if neither your son or his girlfriend are fit parents.

Please seek legal counsel. This is not a matter of "getting along" with his girlfriend. Please do something for your grandson's safety and well-being.

My son recently obtained custody of his 3 year old son after a 2 year custody battle. During this time he started dating a woman he met online from another state who was pregnant with another man's child.

Based on information shared with me she was still residing with the other man. My son started dating her while she was still pregnant.

Her baby was born Dec My son has a three year toddler who is in speech therapy because of delays in his development resulting from his neglectful mother.

What concerns me is that this new woman and son moved near me without her resolving her financial situation in the other state and that this new woman claims that my son would have her hide in the closet when my ex-spouse and his step mom would visit him.

During that time, my son was dating this new woman and she was still pregnant and also directly after the birth of her child. They moved near me with her baby was about 3 months of age.

The woman has been on unemployment since sometime in the early days of her pregnancy and has allowed the property she owns jointly with her childs father to foreclose.

She is always asking my son to ask me to help them and her financially. My ex-husband and I have both assisted my son during the custody battle with financial matters.

Now this woman is expecting us to resolve her issues. My son has turned all care of my grandson over to her and she is neglecting him horribly.

We have tried to talk with our son about what we felt in the beginning was just typical new mom depression or her being overwhelmed.

The woman has started expressing dislike for my three year old grandson. She won't bath him or put him in clean clothing and seems to be extremely harsh with him.

During this time I have tried to be as kind and helpful to my son and his new girlfriend. I have not said anything critical of her until a few days ago which was after his telling me that she was now claiming all the new clothing purchased for her baby who is now 9 months old.

Everything she puts my grandson is has stains on and is usually filthy. She is constantly saying she and her baby are sick, so my son brought some things to me to laundry since he was working extended hours after finding that he himself didn't have clothing and that is when I discovered all the toddler and infant clothing covered with mold and mildew.

I sent hours on my patio scraping the mildew off and letting it sit in the sun to kill off what I could.

I bought borax and washed all the clothing in it and even did a second wash with a vinegar rinse before taking all the clothing and hanging in the sun to dry.

What occurred next is when I saw my son next I pointed out the stains and explained what I had to do. He told her and then called me later to tell me that she was highly offended and never wanted me to do their laundry again and that all of that clothing belonged to her son.

The thing was I had purchased most of those outfits for my grandson who is three and was starting headstart within that month, so I knew they weren't her childs.

When I bought my grandson those items I also purchased clothing in 12 month size at her request for her son.

I was extremely hurt and said so to my son. Anyway, at this time she is refusing to let me see my grandson.

My ex is coming down to try to talk with my son, but I fear she may do the same thing to him. I am going to tell you for the 6 months I have known her I have never said anything negative to her are about her.

My father passed away the day before Mother's day. It was sudden. So the gift and dinner out with my mom and that I had planned were canceled.

I have been helping my mom during this time. I didn't critize her when she relayed through my son, how mean it was of me to overlook doing something for her to celebrate her first mother's day.

My mom, myself, my family, we didn't celebrate Mom's day this year. We didn't feel like celebrating.

I feel I have some real concerns here. My son is an adult. My greatest concern is for my grandson. I did go to the grandparent day breakfast at his headstart program and his hair was so stiff from not being washed and his clothing was filthy.

He teacher shared that the girlfriend gets really impatient with him when she drops him off or picks him up and stated she has yet to meet my son, the father.

My heart just breaks. What would you suggest at this point? I can't undo what I said to my son about my concerns about the neglect and stealing of clothing.

Do you dislike the person your child is dating? Would you like to prove once and for all that parents know best?

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Contact amy. For those struggling with difficult son's girlfriend issues, please read about a very helpful dream in which a mother was given remarkable advice to follow.

And her son came running home:. Don't make a big deal about their engagement. She's How long do these things last?

The fact that they began to date when she was only 15 shows me that he might like playing the older, wiser man.

He feels protective. He gets esteem from that. So the more you attack her, the more he'll defend her. Instead, I would open dialogue gently.

Say, "We want to like her. Tell us what you love about her. Is there anything you want to tell us? How would you feel if your own son's girlfriend called you names?

We will love you always. But you'll be the one who has to live with your choice for the rest of your life.

She's young and she'll go through a lot of changes just within the next few years alone. Why rush? I understand your concerns.

Your son is underage as is his girlfriend who is having a clearly negative influence on him. We need to question why this girl attracts him.

She offers something that he wants on a physical, emotional or psychological level. We need to reflect on his relationship with his family prior to this relationship with this girl.

Sometimes, a seemingly "nice" kid will be attracted to a "bad" girl because she represents the side of him that he wishes he could express.

The rebel. Maybe she is a way for him to stand up to his parents even if in a subconscious way. Why else would a decent young man tolerate a girl who mistreats or disrespects his parents whom he loves?

He doesn't recognize it but he is being passive-aggressive. Do you think that you might have over-controlled your son?

He might like that his girlfriend gets you riled up. Meanwhile--or otherwise--he could be attracted to her because she represents a totally different lifestyle than he has known.

For kids who have led the straight and narrow lifestyle for all their lives, the rebel or laid back lifestyle suddenly can feel liberating.

Sad thing is, he doesn't realize that he is hurting himself more than anyone else with this hopefully short-lived experimentation.

Here is my advice: For the time being, don't fight against this girl or this relationship. No, do not encourage it either. But shrug your shoulders and say, "It's your life.

Your life, your choice. I'll love you no matter what. He doesn't have to meet your approval or work against it. Whatever you do, don't meet this girl's bad behavior with more bad behavior.

No bad-mouthing, no cursing, no anger. Just emotionless responses or civil remarks. This way, he can see you are not being mean or negative towards her in any way.

If there is friction, it is caused by her. But it is your house so you can draw some lines: She can't sleep over.

If he wants private time with her which is an adult privilege, he needs to own up to that adult responsibility of having his own place.

Same for the drugs and drinking as they are underage and you could be in big trouble for allowing it in your house. Don't nag him about college or breaking up with her.

Be loving towards him. Civil towards her. I told my son that I would love him forever and when he chose a bride, I'd back him up no matter what road he decided to walk but to be sure about his choice and to know if a girl truly loves him and will make him happy and be a great mother to his children.

This girlfriend of your son's doesn't sound like she would make a good mother or will make him happy in the long run.

Offer him counseling Tell him that you want him to be sure about this decision. As a mother, you're concerned about your son getting involved in a committed relationship at such a young age, and that is completely understandable.

However, when viewed through your son's eyes, you're disapproving of his relationship with the girl he loves. That is all he sees. Your disapproval.

And that will drive them both away. She translates your disapproval of the relationship as a rejection of her. He sees your disapproval as criticism of his life choice.

Her mother sees your disapproval as meddling and controlling your son's life. She reached out to you to get to know you better and was met with suspicion and accusations.

Your reasons are sound and valid from a parent's perspective, but in all honesty, you have to remember that he has a life of his own. It's no longer about what you want for him or what you think is best for him.

At 18, he has the right to live as he chooses. You've set down solid foundations for him, and he is branching out and experimenting with his freedom.

He may make mistakes. That is part of life and learning. But he might have found his life mate at an early age. Some lucky people do. What you might see as great experiences for young people may not be what he enjoys or wants to experience during his youth.

He might not missing out on anything at all. Look, if you push this matter, you'll only push him deeper into her arms. If they are meant to be together, there is nothing you can do about it.

If they aren't, let time run its course. You know relationships have bumps in the road. Right now, you are being the major bump. Do not be that bump!

Let other life situations, including their immaturity, test their relationship. Her parents welcome your son because she is an only child and it is like gaining a second child, a son they never had.

And it sounds as though they see themselves in the children's romance. But if your son continues to hang out with their daughter, come and go as he pleases without responsibilities, believe me, her parents will change their attitude towards him sooner or later.

She and he will hear about it, and then the honeymoon is over. My advice to you is to be non-confrontational about his relationship. When you can talk with him, let him know that you love him and do not mean to sound as though you disapprove of his relationship.

It's just that you want him to enjoy his young years before settling down. That is all. But once you say this, don't harp on it or bring it up continually.

Let him know that as his mother, you will always love him and support him in finding his happiness. If this girl is important to him than she is important to you, too.

And you and your husband will always be there for him no matter what. From then on, be kind and open-hearted towards her and her parents.

You don't have to start planning the wedding or be overly indulgent and supportive of the relationship but just warm, friendly and loving.

Sincerely warm and pleasant. His world will no longer revolve around her family's when you open your world up to include her.

Remember, if you read my above comments, you'll understand what I mean when I say, "Call to the kitten. I know you have concerns about your son getting into a serious relationship so young, but isn't your top priority your son's happiness?

If he were unhappy, I can understand your wanting to change his situation. But he is happy, and you did not mention anything about the girl or her parents having a negative impact on your son's life or happiness aside from his not living the way you think he should.

Your son is going to college so he is working towards a goal. I'm sorry if I'm not giving you the answers you wanted to hear, but they are the answers that will help you save your long-term relationship with your son which is more important than being right or getting him to comply with what you think is best for him.

Our son has been dating a girl for 1 year. They began dating when she was 16 and he She is an only child and she also works at the same place of employment as our son.

We have tried to give our son his space, included her in many family gatherings, dinners, etc. I have gone out of my way and bent over backwards but yet I cannot understand her personality.

Never says hello, thank you, etc. It is always up to us to start the conversation. There have been several instances when we would see her mom and when we did, she always had a comment to make about the kids.

They attended our sons high school graduation as well as his party. At the end of the night, they came into our house to watch him open his gifts.

The mother would make comments about how he could finally take her out on a real date. Two days later, the mom calls to ask me to go to lunch "since the kidss are going to be together".

We asked our son what this was all about and I brought up several reasons including the possibility of her being pregnant. Well, the son texts her and says can you believe my mom thought the lunch was about you being pregnant.

About that evening , there is a knock at the door and girlfirend is standing there crying histerically with her mother. They come in and the girlfriend holds up a pregnancy test.

I was sick. She then throws it down and says she was not pregnant. We ask them to come in to discuss this and the mother will not even sit down.

Many things are said that night including how the mother feels the kids should be able to make their own decisions and how her and her husband met in high school and are still together.

It has gotten to the point that our son has given up all his friends and only does things with her and her parents. It is like his new best friend is her 43 yr old father.

He does do things with us occasionally. We are truly concerned about his world revolving around these people. He has began college on a full scholarship but lives at home.

He goes to college and comes home. No socialization there. We just want him to have a healthy relationship that does include friends and other people rather than so wrapped up around this family with no responsibilities and can come and go as he pleases at their house.

I truly believe that this mother and father are wanting them to get married at some pont. Our perspective is that you have your whole lieves ahead of you.

If you are together in 5 years when college is over great, but don't miss out on so much of your young lives.

Please advise. Thank you. Oh, you're welcome. Thank YOU for posting. Please remember to keep everything positive and loving or your mother will accuse your new wife as the bringing of bad feelings or coming between mother and son.

Do your best to show how your wife has increased the joy in your life and their lives your parents'. In fact, shower your mother with lots of love and attention when your new wife is around so she will associate your wife with good times and loving feelings from her son.

Your sweet, humble wife will not be threatened by it and your mother's insecure ego will be soothed.

Good luck. Hi Lori. Thanks for the most valuable advice. It has been a hard journey for me but now you have given me the hope on this and more importantly, actions to execute to ensure this does not get worse anymore.

I will definitely implement the advice herein, and it will definitely bring about positive results. Hello, Dave. I'm sorry to hear about your difficult situation.

I hear that you are being emotionally drained by this. The important matter to focus on is that you aren't an underage child or young adult and you don't need your mother's approval for this relationship.

It sounds as though you've built your relationship on very solid foundational reasons for liking your girlfriend: she has amazing traits kindness, humility and she loves your children like her own.

Generally, women who go into nursing are very nurturing, patient and compassionate people. Plus, she is the mother of your one-year-old.

It might be understandable that your mother has reservations about this girl because your previous relationship with a woman did not survive.

If you were hurt, she will be slow to warm up to another woman in your love life. Plus, you have been a great financial help to your mother, and she might feel that you will be strapped if you also have to support your girlfriend, too.

But this is not just a girlfriend. This is the mother of your child and the mother of her grandchild. In a gentle manner, make it clear to your mother that you and the mother of your child will be married soon.

Let her know that you gladly help support your "future wife" in her studies because you love her, you know she will be a great help to those she attends, and that she is anxious to help support the family financially as well.

This woman doesn't care about those things. Sing her praises but not in a way that will make your mother feel less or feel jealous. Her hurt will only add to the mess.

What she doesn't know won't hurt her, and so she can continue being the sweet, considerate future daughter-in-law and melt away your mother's disapproval with kindness in time.

But, Dave, remember one important thing: This woman is not a mere girlfriend. As the mother of your child and your future wife, she deserves your loyalty and devotion.

If you have to live with your mother's disapproval, so be it. Continue loving your mother and expressing it. Say, "Mom, no other woman can take your place in my heart--ever.

Hi Lori I have a difficulty with my mother currently. She is having a problem mainly because my girlfriends family background is of a poor family.

My girlfriend is a very nice person and she likes my family and my children love her a lot, even though they are not hers but my mom has shown signs and comments of having a problem with the fact that I support her at times, even financially.

We have a 1 year old son together. My main support is that she liked to undertake Nursing as she said she likes to serve the community and I paid for her registration and now she has received a study loan for the whole year and now has one year left for her studies.

She has had very bad comments that show that she disapproves of our relationship in front of family members and others. I have always supported at home and even paid for my mothers studies when she was studying, I give her money monthly just for support on groceries while i understand that this is optional as she is working after she got a qualification for her studies.

I even renovated her house and spent lots of money but now there is a problem when i support my girlfriend. She pretends to be having no issue to me at times but I am concerned that this will have a negative impact on our relationship with her mother once we get married.

My girlfriend is the humblest and kindest women I have ever met and I like her for who she is and not what she has. On the other hand, my father likes my girlfriend a lot, he even called me and recently told me that my girlfriend checked him when he was admitted to hospital.

How do I approach this issue as it is emotionally draining me. Please note that I have not informed my girlfriend of this as it will hurt her heart.

She always says speaks positively about my whole family but I know exactly what is going on in the background. Note that I do not live with my parents as i am an independent person and have a professional job.

My girlfriend does not live with me either as she is studying at a distant college. He may feel awkward about being around her at the same time he is with his family.

His roles and self-perceptions have changed. He might see himself as your child when with you and with her, he is completely different. Is is possible to have a frank talk with him--no judgment, criticism or forcing of opinion--just to express how you'd like to get to know her?

Try to treat him like the independent young man he has become. It's hard not to mother our children, even if only in tone of voice and energy.

Our grown children won't want to be around us if we're always offering our unsolicited opinions or judgments!

I know from experience! I feel for you because sometimes it isn't our fault at all but what is going on in their own heads. Sadly, especially sons, they do break away at some point.

A son is a son until he takes a wife is an apt saying. Keep the porch light on and the door unlocked. He hasn't married her yet.

Thank you, Lori. We do try and invite them all the time, but there is always an excuse as to why he can't make it. We then see pics of he and his girlfriend hanging out at the park, or movies, or with her family taken on the same day as the one we tried to get together.

It is very hurtful, but I will continue to invite both of them to spend time with us. It actually felt good just to vent and get another opinion! His first love.

This is a tough one. He is going to hang on until she or he discover that there is more out there than each other. Are you protesting this relationship?

You had the right to deny access to your basement, but other than that, are you friendly or cordial to his girlfriend? Why not invite them both to join you and your family for dinner.

Do you still talk to your son and express that his family loves and misses him? Send out lots of love to him.

Be open to his girlfriend. Make it a warm and inviting offering. Keep showing and reminding him that his family is still here and loves him. Concentrate on your relationship with him.

Some first loves are destined to be "the one" while others eventually dissolve as each person involved matures.

As his parents, you have to let him ride this one out to see which way it goes. Meanwhile, let him know you're his forever family.

Good luck! My problem is a little different. My son began dating this girl when he was It was his first girlfriend.

By the time he graduated 6 mos later , they spend almost every day together entirely at her home since we wouldn't let them stay in the basement and "make-out" all the time.

Her parents don't care what they do. Well, he turned 18 in July of that year, and then informed us that he was giving up his full-ride scholarship to the out of state college to stay closer to this girl she is a year younger.

After Christmas last year he suddenly informed us that he found an apartment closer to her. After a week I went to meet him for lunch and found out that he was living in his car!

We made him come home or we would tell her what he was doing he didn't want her to know. He did end up getting an apartment a few weeks later with our help , and is currently enrolled in a local college.

They are having sex he denied it, but I found evidence otherwise , so this must be the hold she has on him. Any advice for us Why don't they like her?

What are their reasons? If you continue to "keep away" from them, they will blame her for that so try not to stay away. Visit them alone sometimes.

Re-establish your bond with them. Then, you can continue to express the positives that your girlfriend adds to your life.

As time goes on, you can bring your girlfriend by too. Building bridges takes time. Don't give up. I am very close with my parents there my best friends But they don't like my girlfriend we had some issues in the beginning but I don't blame my girlfriend there were alot of outside interference.

Well my parents arent trying to open up any more there closed off to her I don't think thats right she wants them to like her But since my parents arent don't like her I keep her away from them but that means I too stay away I want everyone happy but I don't know what to do I'm sorry that I haven't checked in for a long time.

Going through serious life stuff. Here are a few I can think of:. He wants to be her champion. Young boys with low self-esteem are attracted to girls that make them feel good about themselves.

If the girl is "broken" in some way, he can be her hero or savior. He will defend her to others because he is the only one who "truly understands" that there is a sweet girl underneath the tough exterior.

He is experimenting with other personality types than those he has been used to dating. There can be thrills dating a "dangerous" or "renegade" girl.

She might behave in ways that he wishes he could or at least in ways that seem very different from his perhaps sheltered life. The thing is that a young man must be getting something from his relationship with this girl.

And don't discount the importance and bonding of great sex. Young girls also are developing into who they want to be so a lot of this behavior is thoughtless and fleeting.

In most cases. The hard part is hoping your son will wake up before making any lifelong commitment to this girl. Love your son without forcing ultimatums.

Don't force him to choose between you and the girl. Just love your son so he will never forsake you for anyone. You have had decades with him while she has had only a year or so.

You have time on your side. I once had a dream that my family was outdoors in the backyard, enjoying our sweet kitties.

A monkey with a banana ran up and grabbed one of my kitties, slung him under its arm and ran away. I panicked and began to shout which only sent them both farther away.

Then, something said, "Call to the kitten. My son was with a girl we did not approve of and he even planned on marrying her.

My family and I were sure to surround my son with lots of love all the time so he knew what a loving family he had and what he would be missing if he had to make a choice.

Then, we told him that we loved him and if he was sure, we would back him up and love his wife, too, but before he made that choice, we begged him to listen to what we had to say.

And we presented our concerns. Not putting her down at all, but expressing that she just wasn't going to be the one to make him happy.

We painted a picture of what family life with her as a wife and mother of his children would be like. Is that what he wanted? Not all life paths are meant to be easy and if he chooses a hard path, we'll walk it with him.

But if we could prevent that, if he could trust us his family who loves him unconditionally and forever, could he rethink this choice?

It's important not to judge the girl or he will rush to her defense. We expressed that it wasn't that we didn't like this girl as a person and that we understood that everyone is "broken" in some way Would he want his son to cut him out of his life over a girl?

Divorces and break-ups happen all the time. Family is forever. The right girl for him will love his family, too, because his family is a big part of him and who he is.

The right girl will bring more love and joy to the family as the family grows. My eldest son Matt has been dating this girl who has been totally appauling both my younger son Mike 17, my husband and myself.

We made the mistake of letting her live in our home 5 months ago and my home has become so uncomfortable that we have asked her to move out. My son who is still in college for another at least 3 yrs.

She is foul mouthed and I mean drops the f-bomb like its candy even in from of us. She is disrespectful, leaves things all over the place, waste food, milk..

Not a very friendly person at all.. We spent a week at the beach for spring break just last week and had another girl with us my younger sons girlfriend, Matts girlfriend in a full 7 days never spoke to her once it was obvious she was jealous, I cannot even imagine not speaking a week to someone that I was in the same condo with.

Like taking my younger sons things and hiding them in her dresser, stupid things like his hair gel and she seems extremely jealous of my younger sons close relationship with Matt.

When she started dating Matt she lived with her aunt apparently did not see eye to eye with her mother and step father whom run a beautiful heifer farm and her mom is a school teacher.

Her mom kicked her out of the house a fact we recently just found out as his girlfriend told us she moved out.

I am up in arms as to why my son does not see these things, he has dated other girls in the past without no problems like this, they were nice girls and acted like ladies..

I'm confused, my guts are telling me just give him time. Like taking my younger sons things and hiding them in her dresser, stupid things like his hair gel and she seems extremely jealous of my younger sons close relationship with Tyler.

Others may feel you are not looking for a job when you are looking for many and get disheartened. If you know he has always been respectful, thechange may be because he is trying to breakaway.

Tell your son it is the policy in your home that unmarried couples do not share a room or bed in your home. You have no control over what they do elsewhere, but you are responsible for what you allow in your home, so don't be bullied by his defiance of you.

My sons girlfriend is always calling him names and is always angry. She hates our whole family for no reason at all. She's been dating him for three years and he say's she'll grow out of it.

My son's girlf friend will sleep over in his room. Gets up like there is nothing wrong They know that my husband and I don't like it at all.

What d you do in this case? Plus she nevers smiles That bugs me toooooo death!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hi Laila, there is so much to know before I can really help.

First, examine your own ways. Did you criticize them a lot? Were you too harsh? If you were only good to them and they still treat you this way, I would sit them down for a talk to find out what they are thinking.

Be direct: "What have I done to make you treat me this way? Do you think that they might blame you for their father's leaving the family? Be sure to tell them you love them.

Sometimes, mothers assume their children know they are loved but it is important to express it in words as well as actions. My advice is to show only love and kindness toward your sons and their girlfriends.

They will remember all of your loving care you gave them through the years and eventually, they will change their behavior towards you. I find it useful,I have four son one came home with a girl who will never say hi to me when he first start'ed going out with her, I always said hi some time she will just be looking at me, and my son will be there when she is doing this,this is my first son, now my 2 son will tel his girlfriend not to talk to me when he has problem with me even now he send his graduation invitation to his girl friend and a friend, when she see will also not say hi,how can I understand this ,I care for this children when their father left when they were babys is this what I get for 26years, please help me.

Talking to your son about sex is scary enough but talking to him about what and when it is okay to touch someone and when it's not can be even harder.

Explaining what abuse, assault, and rape really are can be confusing, but it is important for his life and the lives of the girls he meets.

Introducing your boyfriend to your parents is a nerve wracking experience. If things didn't go well, how do you influence your parents to like your boyfriend?

A parent lets go of her child at several stages of development, allowing the child to grow up and eventually become independent.

This can be more difficult for the parent than it is for the child, but here are some ways to make it easier for everyone. If your child is considering serving in the Military, read this article.

If you are thinking of taking your kid's cell phone away as discipline, or think you may do so in the future, read this first for some advice from a parent who did just that.

Believe it or not, your kid may not be the only one relying on his cell phone! Since your teenager is embarrassed of you anyway, at least you can have some fun with it.

Hike up those Mom jeans, embrace your parental awkwardness, and embarrass your kids. Instructions included!

Learn how to talk with your daughter with confidence and reverence. Use the Divergent young adult fiction series to start an ongoing dialog with your teen on values and priorities in life.

The books convey powerful messages on belonging and the importance of forging your own identity. Some are heartfelt while others are humorous.

Your child has just come out to you. Now what? These days, more and more parents are being faced with homosexuality in their children as it becomes more accepted by society.

Tips on how to respond. As our kids turn into teens, it can feel as if the childhood connections we formed with them all but disappeared overnight.

And, understandably, many parents grieve that loss. Determining whether your child is gay or straight and making unsafe assumptions.

Help for parents trying to decide if their child is gay answering questions: Why won't my child tell me they are gay?

How do I know if my child is gay? Helping parents with acceptance for their gay child. Four basic, but important, steps I took prior to hitting the road with my son.

We are being called an enabled society and a nanny state. Parents must help kids be good citizens.

Parenting is a difficult job; do you have the skills to do it? How do you teach a teen to learn the art of clean clothes?

I have practical teaching tips to help your teen move towards independence. Baby Names. Having a Baby. Giving Birth.

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Treat it as a natural thing. Totally normal. You're the adult, and should set a good example. He'll feel uncomfortable but at least the situation will go away in no time.

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One must choose wisely, and there is an old adage to "go into marriage with both eyes open. Afterward, half shut. It is not uncommon for both men and women to want to rescue someone.

Everyone is worth rescuing. Everyone has value. However, if he can learn from patterns in life, he must understand that ultimately, he cannot fix her.

She has to have the desire to fix herself. Like attracts like, and he is becoming like her in her sad ways. If he really wanted to help her, he would pull her UP and not let her drag him down.

A wiser young man would let her go and revisit that relationship if and when she became a better version of herself. To do it for her would only weaken her and it would only be temporary.

They will become co-dependent. It's hard for him because it's his first love. Whatever you do and say, do and say it with all the love you can muster from being his parents.

THAT calls to the little boy in him. The one who trusted you long ago and still will today. I wish you success in this.

Feel free to email me anytime to discuss. I can share our own experiences with our son he has been in several tough relationships.

He ended them all to his advantage. It is hard to teach young ones that breaking up feels bad but it is better than breaking up when there is so much more at stake such as divorce and children.

Why does it feel bad? Because it isn't always breaking up with a horrible person or when there isn't any love left.

It feels bad because the person has some good or redeeming qualities and there could be some good feelings and even love there. No one likes to throw away love.

However, it would be a tragedy to hang on and settle for a so-so relationship only to run into the love of your life later on when you're committed to this dissatisfying one.

It takes courage and strength to do the right thing by breaking up now. Kids don't realize that hearts do mend.

My son learned and is so much wiser and stronger for it. He nearly married a girl who had mental issues to the point where she pulled a knife on him, a girl who only liked to party and didn't like or respect us, and a girl with a kid who he would support financially only to be usurped by her biological father who didn't pay a dime towards her support.

Both eyes open, we told him, if he wanted to avoid heartache later. My son is 16 and his girlfriend is Once my son hit high school, my once sweet boy began having sex, smoking pot, and drinking.

I thought this was bad enough! A year ago he started dating this girl, at first I really liked her, she tried to be a mediator between my son and I and she was helpful and always got him home when I wanted him home That didn't last long.

Once she wormed her way in, she stopped respecting my wishes and started rebelling as well probably my son's influence.

Anyways, she began cutting herself when they fought which made him distraught. Then she began threatening suicide Not long after my son followed suit and began cutting, threatening suicide, and having violent outbreaks.

He ended up in the psych center twice, cops wold get called to my house while I'd be at work, he dropped out of school due to the constant drama.

Now he is in the Montana Youth Challenge Academy for three more months and all he can talk about is getting her to come visit!

I can't support this relationship any more and he doesn't get it! This relationship isn't worth him killing himself over!

This is all good advice however, what to you recommend if you see a son in turmoil due to a needy girlfriend. Giving up his own personal hobbies and desires etc.

We advised to keep one subject he is on top of, as he has always said if he took a gap year he will never go back to study! You see he is rescuing her from anxiety depression and anorexia, due to his EQ.

This is his first true long term sexual relationship at 19 years, so obviously this is having an affect on him. She is a sad mixed up little kid who turned 18 yesterday but has been living a life of an 18 year old for two years anyway.

Our son too has had freedom to go out with curfews till Now we just ask we know where he is since he lives with us still.

We have asked he try to have a few days apart from her solely for his own mental health,self time for hobbies and study.

This again caused her to put new demands. We feel so sorry for him as it is obvious at times he feels so pulled from pillar to post.

The demands are never for us except when his dad needed help lifting things for the house move. The request for him to be home is solely for him to have some healthy space for himself and to focus on study occasionally.

Is there anything else we can do or are we taking the wrong approach? Also her parents love him, who wouldn't he is a great person, and are now starting to manipulate him too by giving him an allowance travel card.

We had given him a car when he left school to help him out, but he had an accident. His driving has changed since he smokes he drives more irrationally now, was a great calm driver till he started smoking.

I have addressed this too asking him to look after his body as it also makes me very allergic when even clothing is brought into the house with nicotine traces.

I am going through hell and probably have lost my son for good. I think we are all to blame but I only get the blame. It is too much to even write.

Today I mad him leave with no where to go and cried after her left and watched him load that tiny car. I felt two yrs ago there would be an issue with this girl and her family and it is so bad right now.

Of course your son would protect his girl! Cus he loves her duhhh!! Grow up. Susan, this sounds like less of a problem about the girlfriend and more with your adult son.

He is an adult and doesn't seem to be concerned about her sitting around smoking all day, not cleaning up or contributing to the bills.

If he is okay with that, then that's fine but he needs to provide that roof over her head. I always told my kids that if they wanted to "play house" with a lover than they needed to own up to all the responsibilities that comes with that privilege.

Of course, it wasn't always that way with my son whose gf needed a place to stay for a while but she wasn't a problem so I let my mandate slide. If your son contributes to your finances and you need his support, that is a different story.

I still would address my son and let him know that it is only fair that his gf cleans up after herself and perhaps they need to kick in extra money for the extra expenses she creates with groceries, utilities, etc.

Just be matter-of-fact instead of angry or accusatory. He should be open to common sense. My adult son's girlfriend never goes home she sits in his bedroom all day smoking while he's at work she's lazy and doesn't clean up after herself she pays no money towards bills.

My son is mixed up with a true bitch! She is trying to keep him from his family, I really hates her!

People tell that hate is a strong word but there is no other way to describe how. I feel about it! My son is my only child and he is a hard working young man and all she is doing is wasting his money and using him to look after her kids that belongs to two different men!

They don't want to look after their kids so why in the hell do they expect my son to look after them. Enough is enough take the shit that you came which is nothing and leave.

I have a son, only child, he just turned 18 and just graduated from high school. I have been asking my son long before this day if he has girlfriend or if he likes someone so I would meet her to know more about her.

He always say "no or I don't have girlfriend" whenever I ask him questions like that. It's been a year now that I noticed this one girl, I think she's 15 or 16 yrs old, always come to our house to pet my dog.

She's nice before and always greet and smile to me whenever we meet. I asked my son why she's too nice to our dog and he just told me, she likes dogs too!

Well actually, our dog was my son's gift from us. So, anyway I even cook or order pizza for them when they like to watch movies or karaoke.

My problem started when I noticed that my son was getting close to her. Most of the time when he plays basketball, the girl will always be there cheering for him.

She holds his celphone, or bag pack and they always sit together. Well, as a mother, I keep holding on to the trust that we have to each other.

I always tell him to be honest and don't lie to me if ever she likes someone else so I know whats going on with him.

One day my husband came home from work and mentioned that he saw my son with the girl and his friends watching movie in the living room.

The girl was sitting on the couch while my son sitting on the floor in between the girl's legs. My husband ignore what he saw but he told me about it.

I asked my son if there's something between him and the girl, but he said they're just friends. So I said, okay..

I trust you. When he said that, then I reacted, I said why?.. And he replied, that's okay Mom since u like her the girl anyway!

Then, that's when I started feeling bad I honestly didn't like the girl for him because she was really childish and I think they're too young yet.

I asked my son again, if she is his girlfriend, and said, no! But One day, my niece she's my neighbor was staying home.

She said she heard a girl laughing and when she look over the window, she saw them, my son and the girl helping my boy doing his laundry.

But the thing is, Only the two of them in the house! So When my niece told me that, I asked him if the girl came to the house..

I asked him 3 times and said no! He said it was his male friend who visited him but not the girl! So I was already a bit upset and comfronted him I said u better be honest to me, and he was firm that he said no!

I was really disapppointed that he lied to me! So I told my husband about it, he comfronted my boy and he said, Yes, the girl came to my house but only help him clean his room and did the laundry.

My son sent me tx message saying he was sorry that he lied to me! He only said the girl didn't come to the house because he got panicked when I asked him if the girl came and if he said yes that I'm gonna get mad.

So my question is, what should I do? I feel bad about my son lying to me of her. And honestly, I didn't like the girl for my son!

And now that he is lying to me and looks like he's protecting her from me, I feel so betrayed! I am crying because I was hurt of what he did!

He said sorry but it didn't change the the fact that he lied to me! Please help me what to do and how would I feel better because I don't know what to say , I feel betrayed..

I don't want to talk to my son. I don't trust him with her anymore! Please help me what to do! All I want is for my son to finish college first before getting into a relationship.

I didn't want the idea of that girl always around my son Please give me an advise. Thanks very much! How about when your son is abusive to his girlfriend treats her like crap hits her slaps her does horrible things to her and he blames her.

I think then the girlfriend deserves better than your son. Chances are he's going to keep being abusive to his girlfriends until he chooses to change.

I say then support the girlfriend don't put up with ugly behavior from your son towards women. Good for you, Bill. She sounds like an extremely insecure person who needs to self-protect.

Your son must be a person who sees the good in all people and who tries to fix them. It's hard to talk to your adult child about his choice of mate because he will see it as yet another reason to protect her.

We did not attack our son's former girlfriend but we only continually expressed our love for him. When the opportunity arose, we did mention that it might be a good idea to look into their future together to see what type of mother and wife she would make because he would have to fill in for any of her deficits there.

He saw that her depression, dark attitude, and erratic behavior would not be good for children and that his life would be forever difficult.

I don't know if you read about my dream but the best thing you can do is to remind your son always about your love for him and that is a love that will never end or change.

It is a love he can truly count on while romantic love with the opposite sex is, well, fragile and easily broken. Believe me, he will want to hang onto that.

My son now knows this and will never let love for a girlfriend break our relationship. All great advice, Lori.

I'm afraid we have failed miserably with my son's recent girlfriend. Well, they have been going together for four years.

At first we got along but then we discovered she steals things So things are a bit strained to say the least. But we keep working at it and we keep the lines of communication open.

This is not a blog but a "hub" or article that uses one of the Hubpages templates. But you did give me a good idea about turning this subject into a blog!

Not sure if I will do it, but it sounds good. Thanks for stopping by! Nice blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere?

A theme like yours with a few simple tweeks would really make my blog stand out. Please let me know where you got your design.

Bless you cecgggceekac. Dear Concerned, I am sorry to hear of your grave situation. Indeed, it must be very difficult for you to witness the neglect of your grandchild.

I can't help but think that your son isn't capable of making sound decisions for himself let alone his son.

He does not seem concerned for his son's health and well-being. You will not get far in discussing this with him or his girlfriend.

Say nothing critical or they will resent you. HOWEVER, you can tell your son that if the child's school gets involved, he and his girlfriend will be reported for neglect and this can cause him to lose custody of his child.

He could be returned to his mother and if that is not possible, then perhaps you can gain custody or at least guardianship of him.

Before you act on any of this, I suggest you speak with a family court representative or attorney to see what your rights, as a grandparent, are.

There are a lot more resources for grandparents today. It honestly sounds as if neither your son or his girlfriend are fit parents.

Please seek legal counsel. This is not a matter of "getting along" with his girlfriend. Please do something for your grandson's safety and well-being.

My son recently obtained custody of his 3 year old son after a 2 year custody battle. During this time he started dating a woman he met online from another state who was pregnant with another man's child.

Based on information shared with me she was still residing with the other man. My son started dating her while she was still pregnant.

Her baby was born Dec My son has a three year toddler who is in speech therapy because of delays in his development resulting from his neglectful mother.

What concerns me is that this new woman and son moved near me without her resolving her financial situation in the other state and that this new woman claims that my son would have her hide in the closet when my ex-spouse and his step mom would visit him.

During that time, my son was dating this new woman and she was still pregnant and also directly after the birth of her child.

They moved near me with her baby was about 3 months of age. The woman has been on unemployment since sometime in the early days of her pregnancy and has allowed the property she owns jointly with her childs father to foreclose.

She is always asking my son to ask me to help them and her financially. My ex-husband and I have both assisted my son during the custody battle with financial matters.

Now this woman is expecting us to resolve her issues. My son has turned all care of my grandson over to her and she is neglecting him horribly.

We have tried to talk with our son about what we felt in the beginning was just typical new mom depression or her being overwhelmed. The woman has started expressing dislike for my three year old grandson.

She won't bath him or put him in clean clothing and seems to be extremely harsh with him. During this time I have tried to be as kind and helpful to my son and his new girlfriend.

I have not said anything critical of her until a few days ago which was after his telling me that she was now claiming all the new clothing purchased for her baby who is now 9 months old.

Everything she puts my grandson is has stains on and is usually filthy. She is constantly saying she and her baby are sick, so my son brought some things to me to laundry since he was working extended hours after finding that he himself didn't have clothing and that is when I discovered all the toddler and infant clothing covered with mold and mildew.

I sent hours on my patio scraping the mildew off and letting it sit in the sun to kill off what I could. I bought borax and washed all the clothing in it and even did a second wash with a vinegar rinse before taking all the clothing and hanging in the sun to dry.

What occurred next is when I saw my son next I pointed out the stains and explained what I had to do. He told her and then called me later to tell me that she was highly offended and never wanted me to do their laundry again and that all of that clothing belonged to her son.

The thing was I had purchased most of those outfits for my grandson who is three and was starting headstart within that month, so I knew they weren't her childs.

When I bought my grandson those items I also purchased clothing in 12 month size at her request for her son. I was extremely hurt and said so to my son.

Anyway, at this time she is refusing to let me see my grandson. My ex is coming down to try to talk with my son, but I fear she may do the same thing to him.

I am going to tell you for the 6 months I have known her I have never said anything negative to her are about her.

My father passed away the day before Mother's day. It was sudden. So the gift and dinner out with my mom and that I had planned were canceled.

I have been helping my mom during this time. I didn't critize her when she relayed through my son, how mean it was of me to overlook doing something for her to celebrate her first mother's day.

My mom, myself, my family, we didn't celebrate Mom's day this year. We didn't feel like celebrating. I feel I have some real concerns here.

My son is an adult. My greatest concern is for my grandson. I did go to the grandparent day breakfast at his headstart program and his hair was so stiff from not being washed and his clothing was filthy.

He teacher shared that the girlfriend gets really impatient with him when she drops him off or picks him up and stated she has yet to meet my son, the father.

My heart just breaks. What would you suggest at this point? I can't undo what I said to my son about my concerns about the neglect and stealing of clothing.

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And her son came running home:. Don't make a big deal about their engagement. She's How long do these things last?

The fact that they began to date when she was only 15 shows me that he might like playing the older, wiser man.

He feels protective. He gets esteem from that. So the more you attack her, the more he'll defend her. Instead, I would open dialogue gently.

Say, "We want to like her. Tell us what you love about her. Is there anything you want to tell us? How would you feel if your own son's girlfriend called you names?

We will love you always. But you'll be the one who has to live with your choice for the rest of your life. She's young and she'll go through a lot of changes just within the next few years alone.

Why rush? I understand your concerns. Your son is underage as is his girlfriend who is having a clearly negative influence on him. We need to question why this girl attracts him.

She offers something that he wants on a physical, emotional or psychological level. We need to reflect on his relationship with his family prior to this relationship with this girl.

Sometimes, a seemingly "nice" kid will be attracted to a "bad" girl because she represents the side of him that he wishes he could express.

The rebel. Maybe she is a way for him to stand up to his parents even if in a subconscious way. Why else would a decent young man tolerate a girl who mistreats or disrespects his parents whom he loves?

He doesn't recognize it but he is being passive-aggressive. Do you think that you might have over-controlled your son? He might like that his girlfriend gets you riled up.

Meanwhile--or otherwise--he could be attracted to her because she represents a totally different lifestyle than he has known.

For kids who have led the straight and narrow lifestyle for all their lives, the rebel or laid back lifestyle suddenly can feel liberating.

Sad thing is, he doesn't realize that he is hurting himself more than anyone else with this hopefully short-lived experimentation. Here is my advice: For the time being, don't fight against this girl or this relationship.

No, do not encourage it either. But shrug your shoulders and say, "It's your life. Your life, your choice. I'll love you no matter what.

He doesn't have to meet your approval or work against it. Whatever you do, don't meet this girl's bad behavior with more bad behavior.

No bad-mouthing, no cursing, no anger. Just emotionless responses or civil remarks. This way, he can see you are not being mean or negative towards her in any way.

If there is friction, it is caused by her. But it is your house so you can draw some lines: She can't sleep over. If he wants private time with her which is an adult privilege, he needs to own up to that adult responsibility of having his own place.

Same for the drugs and drinking as they are underage and you could be in big trouble for allowing it in your house.

Don't nag him about college or breaking up with her. Be loving towards him. Civil towards her. I told my son that I would love him forever and when he chose a bride, I'd back him up no matter what road he decided to walk but to be sure about his choice and to know if a girl truly loves him and will make him happy and be a great mother to his children.

This girlfriend of your son's doesn't sound like she would make a good mother or will make him happy in the long run.

Offer him counseling Tell him that you want him to be sure about this decision. As a mother, you're concerned about your son getting involved in a committed relationship at such a young age, and that is completely understandable.

However, when viewed through your son's eyes, you're disapproving of his relationship with the girl he loves. That is all he sees. Your disapproval.

And that will drive them both away. She translates your disapproval of the relationship as a rejection of her. He sees your disapproval as criticism of his life choice.

Her mother sees your disapproval as meddling and controlling your son's life. She reached out to you to get to know you better and was met with suspicion and accusations.

Your reasons are sound and valid from a parent's perspective, but in all honesty, you have to remember that he has a life of his own.

It's no longer about what you want for him or what you think is best for him. At 18, he has the right to live as he chooses.

You've set down solid foundations for him, and he is branching out and experimenting with his freedom. He may make mistakes.

That is part of life and learning. But he might have found his life mate at an early age. Some lucky people do. What you might see as great experiences for young people may not be what he enjoys or wants to experience during his youth.

He might not missing out on anything at all. Look, if you push this matter, you'll only push him deeper into her arms. If they are meant to be together, there is nothing you can do about it.

If they aren't, let time run its course. You know relationships have bumps in the road. Right now, you are being the major bump. Do not be that bump!

Let other life situations, including their immaturity, test their relationship. Her parents welcome your son because she is an only child and it is like gaining a second child, a son they never had.

And it sounds as though they see themselves in the children's romance. But if your son continues to hang out with their daughter, come and go as he pleases without responsibilities, believe me, her parents will change their attitude towards him sooner or later.

She and he will hear about it, and then the honeymoon is over. My advice to you is to be non-confrontational about his relationship.

When you can talk with him, let him know that you love him and do not mean to sound as though you disapprove of his relationship. It's just that you want him to enjoy his young years before settling down.

That is all. But once you say this, don't harp on it or bring it up continually. Let him know that as his mother, you will always love him and support him in finding his happiness.

If this girl is important to him than she is important to you, too. And you and your husband will always be there for him no matter what.

From then on, be kind and open-hearted towards her and her parents. You don't have to start planning the wedding or be overly indulgent and supportive of the relationship but just warm, friendly and loving.

Sincerely warm and pleasant. His world will no longer revolve around her family's when you open your world up to include her.

Remember, if you read my above comments, you'll understand what I mean when I say, "Call to the kitten. I know you have concerns about your son getting into a serious relationship so young, but isn't your top priority your son's happiness?

If he were unhappy, I can understand your wanting to change his situation. But he is happy, and you did not mention anything about the girl or her parents having a negative impact on your son's life or happiness aside from his not living the way you think he should.

Your son is going to college so he is working towards a goal. I'm sorry if I'm not giving you the answers you wanted to hear, but they are the answers that will help you save your long-term relationship with your son which is more important than being right or getting him to comply with what you think is best for him.

Our son has been dating a girl for 1 year. They began dating when she was 16 and he She is an only child and she also works at the same place of employment as our son.

We have tried to give our son his space, included her in many family gatherings, dinners, etc. I have gone out of my way and bent over backwards but yet I cannot understand her personality.

Never says hello, thank you, etc. It is always up to us to start the conversation. There have been several instances when we would see her mom and when we did, she always had a comment to make about the kids.

They attended our sons high school graduation as well as his party. At the end of the night, they came into our house to watch him open his gifts.

The mother would make comments about how he could finally take her out on a real date. Two days later, the mom calls to ask me to go to lunch "since the kidss are going to be together".

We asked our son what this was all about and I brought up several reasons including the possibility of her being pregnant.

Well, the son texts her and says can you believe my mom thought the lunch was about you being pregnant. About that evening , there is a knock at the door and girlfirend is standing there crying histerically with her mother.

They come in and the girlfriend holds up a pregnancy test. I was sick. She then throws it down and says she was not pregnant.

We ask them to come in to discuss this and the mother will not even sit down. Many things are said that night including how the mother feels the kids should be able to make their own decisions and how her and her husband met in high school and are still together.

It has gotten to the point that our son has given up all his friends and only does things with her and her parents. It is like his new best friend is her 43 yr old father.

He does do things with us occasionally. We are truly concerned about his world revolving around these people.

He has began college on a full scholarship but lives at home. He goes to college and comes home. No socialization there. We just want him to have a healthy relationship that does include friends and other people rather than so wrapped up around this family with no responsibilities and can come and go as he pleases at their house.

I truly believe that this mother and father are wanting them to get married at some pont. Our perspective is that you have your whole lieves ahead of you.

If you are together in 5 years when college is over great, but don't miss out on so much of your young lives. Please advise. Thank you. Oh, you're welcome.

Thank YOU for posting. Please remember to keep everything positive and loving or your mother will accuse your new wife as the bringing of bad feelings or coming between mother and son.

Do your best to show how your wife has increased the joy in your life and their lives your parents'. In fact, shower your mother with lots of love and attention when your new wife is around so she will associate your wife with good times and loving feelings from her son.

Your sweet, humble wife will not be threatened by it and your mother's insecure ego will be soothed. Good luck. Hi Lori. Thanks for the most valuable advice.

It has been a hard journey for me but now you have given me the hope on this and more importantly, actions to execute to ensure this does not get worse anymore.

I will definitely implement the advice herein, and it will definitely bring about positive results. Hello, Dave.

I'm sorry to hear about your difficult situation. I hear that you are being emotionally drained by this. The important matter to focus on is that you aren't an underage child or young adult and you don't need your mother's approval for this relationship.

It sounds as though you've built your relationship on very solid foundational reasons for liking your girlfriend: she has amazing traits kindness, humility and she loves your children like her own.

Generally, women who go into nursing are very nurturing, patient and compassionate people. Plus, she is the mother of your one-year-old.

It might be understandable that your mother has reservations about this girl because your previous relationship with a woman did not survive.

If you were hurt, she will be slow to warm up to another woman in your love life. Plus, you have been a great financial help to your mother, and she might feel that you will be strapped if you also have to support your girlfriend, too.

But this is not just a girlfriend. This is the mother of your child and the mother of her grandchild. In a gentle manner, make it clear to your mother that you and the mother of your child will be married soon.

Let her know that you gladly help support your "future wife" in her studies because you love her, you know she will be a great help to those she attends, and that she is anxious to help support the family financially as well.

This woman doesn't care about those things. Sing her praises but not in a way that will make your mother feel less or feel jealous. Her hurt will only add to the mess.

What she doesn't know won't hurt her, and so she can continue being the sweet, considerate future daughter-in-law and melt away your mother's disapproval with kindness in time.

But, Dave, remember one important thing: This woman is not a mere girlfriend. As the mother of your child and your future wife, she deserves your loyalty and devotion.

If you have to live with your mother's disapproval, so be it. Continue loving your mother and expressing it. Say, "Mom, no other woman can take your place in my heart--ever.

Hi Lori I have a difficulty with my mother currently. She is having a problem mainly because my girlfriends family background is of a poor family.

My girlfriend is a very nice person and she likes my family and my children love her a lot, even though they are not hers but my mom has shown signs and comments of having a problem with the fact that I support her at times, even financially.

We have a 1 year old son together. My main support is that she liked to undertake Nursing as she said she likes to serve the community and I paid for her registration and now she has received a study loan for the whole year and now has one year left for her studies.

She has had very bad comments that show that she disapproves of our relationship in front of family members and others.

I have always supported at home and even paid for my mothers studies when she was studying, I give her money monthly just for support on groceries while i understand that this is optional as she is working after she got a qualification for her studies.

I even renovated her house and spent lots of money but now there is a problem when i support my girlfriend.

She pretends to be having no issue to me at times but I am concerned that this will have a negative impact on our relationship with her mother once we get married.

My girlfriend is the humblest and kindest women I have ever met and I like her for who she is and not what she has. On the other hand, my father likes my girlfriend a lot, he even called me and recently told me that my girlfriend checked him when he was admitted to hospital.

How do I approach this issue as it is emotionally draining me. Please note that I have not informed my girlfriend of this as it will hurt her heart.

She always says speaks positively about my whole family but I know exactly what is going on in the background. Note that I do not live with my parents as i am an independent person and have a professional job.

My girlfriend does not live with me either as she is studying at a distant college. He may feel awkward about being around her at the same time he is with his family.

His roles and self-perceptions have changed. He might see himself as your child when with you and with her, he is completely different.

Is is possible to have a frank talk with him--no judgment, criticism or forcing of opinion--just to express how you'd like to get to know her?

Try to treat him like the independent young man he has become. It's hard not to mother our children, even if only in tone of voice and energy.

Our grown children won't want to be around us if we're always offering our unsolicited opinions or judgments! I know from experience! I feel for you because sometimes it isn't our fault at all but what is going on in their own heads.

Sadly, especially sons, they do break away at some point. A son is a son until he takes a wife is an apt saying. Keep the porch light on and the door unlocked.

He hasn't married her yet. Thank you, Lori. We do try and invite them all the time, but there is always an excuse as to why he can't make it. We then see pics of he and his girlfriend hanging out at the park, or movies, or with her family taken on the same day as the one we tried to get together.

It is very hurtful, but I will continue to invite both of them to spend time with us. It actually felt good just to vent and get another opinion!

His first love. This is a tough one. He is going to hang on until she or he discover that there is more out there than each other.

Are you protesting this relationship? You had the right to deny access to your basement, but other than that, are you friendly or cordial to his girlfriend?

Why not invite them both to join you and your family for dinner. Do you still talk to your son and express that his family loves and misses him? Send out lots of love to him.

Be open to his girlfriend. Make it a warm and inviting offering. Keep showing and reminding him that his family is still here and loves him.

Concentrate on your relationship with him. Some first loves are destined to be "the one" while others eventually dissolve as each person involved matures.

As his parents, you have to let him ride this one out to see which way it goes. Meanwhile, let him know you're his forever family. Good luck!

My problem is a little different. My son began dating this girl when he was It was his first girlfriend. By the time he graduated 6 mos later , they spend almost every day together entirely at her home since we wouldn't let them stay in the basement and "make-out" all the time.

Her parents don't care what they do. Well, he turned 18 in July of that year, and then informed us that he was giving up his full-ride scholarship to the out of state college to stay closer to this girl she is a year younger.

After Christmas last year he suddenly informed us that he found an apartment closer to her. After a week I went to meet him for lunch and found out that he was living in his car!

We made him come home or we would tell her what he was doing he didn't want her to know. He did end up getting an apartment a few weeks later with our help , and is currently enrolled in a local college.

Just laugh off seeing him and let him know it did not bother you seeing him naked. Clown around with him so he does not feel uncomfortable about you seeing like that.

Treat it as a natural thing. Totally normal. You're the adult, and should set a good example. He'll feel uncomfortable but at least the situation will go away in no time.

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