Help my daughter is dating a loser

I have always had a strong sense of independence and it felt wrong to ask my father for money no matter what financial mistakes I had made. At age 21 and 24 their rent, car insurance, occasional utility bills, and at times gas and parties are still funded by my father. As a parent myself, I would do anything in the world for my two kids. They don’t want to see their children struggle or go without . As an adult I can see that those thoughts were far from the truth. He just doesn’t see that he is enabling two of his adult children to do as little as humanly possible. So, if your parents are pushing money at you but you know you can make it on your own, resist the money at all costs. Let your parents know you appreciate the gesture but you’ve got this on your own.I realize what financial burdens my brothers are to him and it makes me sick. If you take unneeded help from your parents too often you come down with the spoiled adult children syndrome and all of the negative associated consequences.People who don't work normal 35-40 hrs/week jobs and don't have to go to the workplace to work (like freelance and home-based workers) but are making more than enough money, what do you do, how did you get there, what's your daily routine like and how satisfied are you? You’re on the path to an amazing career and a bright financial future.I have told them repeatedly that I don’t want to talk about him. I’m sure it’s more than you can stand to see your son worrying about how to protect you. It really doesn’t matter what you and I think about how soon she should start dating someone new and introduce him to your children.What matters is how you respond to this unexpected development.

Everyone is different with different ideas of what’s important, what’s attractive, what’s funny.

You might want to worry less about terrorizing or retro-fitting prospective suitors and worry more about preparing your daughter to choose wisely. Instead of intimidating all your daughter’s potential suitors, raise a daughter who intimidates them just fine on her own. It’s about the humble looking for those whose strengths offset their weaknesses and complement their strengths.

Because a decent number of those guys have some nutty ideas about what it means to be in charge.

There is nothing wrong with having a strong personal reaction to her moving on with another guy.

Just make sure you’re getting the proper emotional support so you don’t inadvertently lean on your kids for adult emotional support.

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