Let her know that a partner who truly loves and respects her will want to spend time with her family -- provided the family treats him well -- then proceed to treat him well.You might have to be nice through your teeth, but chances are the loser won't want to spend much time in your presence anyway.My daughter had everything going for her, career, great life, etc.
But she sits and starts to compare and contrast between one male and another male. Remember you are playing this game, not for this relationship to end, it will.
When you can see it coming but nothing you say will change it, how does one get the wolf to leave??? hes someones baby too..because hes different than her doesnt mean hes bad for her. As parents we know a loser when we see one; just wish my daughter could see this..
my boyfriend was failing all his classes and had a million issues, but he was so sweet to me. She is in college and cannot keep her grades up for chasing after him.
Just because you don't like your teenager's partner doesn't mean he's a bad person.
However, if the signs are there -- he's flunking out of school, using or selling drugs or treating your child badly -- it's your job as a parent to step in.