What to do when your daughter is dating someone you dont like
Single parent dating is anything but stress-free. Not only is hard to find the time to date, but your kids are likely to have strong opinions about your choices, too. In fact, having a child that doesn't like who you're dating isn't all that uncommon, but should it be a dating deal-breaker? Not necessarily. Aside from taking things slow and respecting your kids' opinions, here are some things you can do if your kids really dislike your partner. Your child's dislike for your partner can manifest itself in a variety of ways.
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I recently realized my parent's opinion of the next boyfriend I bring home is very important to me. I make I don't necessarily have a problem with these crushes, but my family always does. They pester me with questions like, "Why can't you bring home someone we actually like? But I can't change who I am or who I like. You can't help who you fall for, IMO. It certainly puts me in an odd predicament: I don't want to compromise my romantic desires just for the sake of appeasing my family, but I've also grown tired of hiding the people I'm dating from those I love.
The day will inevitably come when your sweet pre-teen gets to be dating age. And oh, what a day that is, let me tell you. As a parent of three young women, I always thought I would know exactly what type of person they would bring home. Let's just say if I had been a gambling sort, I would have lost it all, time, and time again. I have to say, thankfully, we haven't encountered not liking somebody one of our girls brought home all that often.
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