My sister is dating a loser what can i do
When it’s over and she’s dating again, she’ll see the light, realize what a horrible boyfriend he was, and she’ll thank you. If you’re Italian or hail from some other guilt-inducing culture, you can stop reading. The rest of you: let your daughter know how hurt and disappointed you are.
Cry, whine, pray aloud, lie in bed with your shades drawn. Your entire clan, dead or alive, is disappointed in her. A grandparent or favorite aunt or uncle must be rolling over in his or her grave. Everyone thought she was better, smarter, kinder, or more mature than she’s proven to be. Now drag out the big guns: with a look of pure disgust, let your daughter know, in no uncertain terms, she’s chosen a loser. Compare her to the ‘good daughter,’ a sister or cousin, the child of a friend, any girl who dates (in your humble opinion) a half-decent guy.
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He has fought us in every parenting decision we have made concerning our daughter — for six years.
Looking back, we wish we had shipped her off somewhere when she was 17. We didn’t know what a serious problem this was back then.
Now, he has made her choose between her loving, close family and him.
You make excuses for not wanting to spend time with them because he makes your skin crawl.
You slowly drift apart, and the very thing you were trying to avoid (losing her as a friend) happens anyway.