Ask guy dating your daughter
Emily Yoffe, aka Dear Prudence, is on weekly to chat live with readers. (Sign up here to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week. Things were going great for me, my daughter and my relationship with "Tim." Tim and I were set up by a mutual friend who is a professor at the college my daughter attends. I feel like I am in a horribly-written daytime soap opera.
While in that class she met and started dating a fellow classmate who decided to take the class because of a suggestion from his father. She was in shock when she realized it was the same man, and I still am after finding out. Is it considered a major social scandal to have your daughter-in-law be your own daughter? A: You two couples should have a double wedding and instead of the Wedding March play, "I'm My Own Grandpa." It would be amusing if your daughter and her husband became stepsiblings, etc. Both couples getting married would certainly solve the dilemma of deciding which in-law gets to see the kids at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Unlike my friend, a dad of teenage daughters needs to think about their daughter’s dating in advance.
This friend had not thought about giving dating advice to his daughter until it was almost too late.
The mother can play a critical role in her daughter's treatment of you because of both the mother's direct input and the loyalty her daughter feels to her.
If you and the daughter's father are serious, many of the dynamics of the stepdaughter-stepmother relationship may be called into play.
When your not home he pulls the guy by his hair, turns him around and makes out with him.