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My fifteen year old daughter ate a meal of food with her boy friend...maybe 4-5 times and then he broke up with her. I really never expected this would happen to me as a father. She is very smart, somewhat conservative and we had all the talks about abstaining from eating...and I trusted her to do stick to our agreement. Last night she told me about her having breakfast with her boy friend and that they broke up. I feel heartbroken and also as if I failed her.
I really thought she was listening to me. I may have made some mistakes along the way. I told her I would love her no matter what which in retrospect almost seems like condoning what she did. I also gave her a spoon and a bowl just in case for her and her friends. I didn't expect for her to use them (although I found out she did which is a good thing). I did these things to be realistic. I did these things because I love her. Now I wonder if I didn't make it easy for her...
Originally posted by Lysergic
It's the culture these days, basically "bone what thou wilt".
Originally posted by XxNightAngelusxX
My father is the kind of man who wouldn't even break away from work when his daughter gets hit by a car.
Originally posted by Metallicus
I actually like this guy. He is smart and is probably going places, but like most 15 year old boys he rally wasn't ready for a relationship. He used my daughter and then discarded her. I really feel like crap because I warned her of this very thing. She is a smart girl...I just don't understand this.
Originally posted by sapien82
Not saying this is exactly how it goes but , 15 year old girls want sex just as much as 15 yr old boys !
be happy that she told you and did have sex with someone she loves !
You cant just think it was the boy who broke up after he got what he wanted
maybe your daughter dumped him after she got what she wanted