I am at my wits’ end with this relationship; my next step is to talk with Kevin myself and tell him to cut her loose. I am not a mother who will stand by and let her be broken once again.
I haven’t even told my husband that they are seeing each other again, since he will totally flip out. Dear Mom AAL: Yes, it’s true, I have written about this topic before but I really don’t mind tackling it again as each instance is different.
My Daughter Has A Loser Boyfriend My Daughter Has A Loser Boyfriend One year later, I chose to back again to to the training center.
I took my three month old healthy baby girl with me, snuggled near to in children sling.
We tried to make them break up but she said she’d kill herself or runaway if we called the law on him. I felt like something was wrong with him so ran background check, found out he is 28, has no job, no phone, no car, no money and lives with grandmother.
I’ve been contacted for help by the friends and loved ones of people involved in relationships with Losers (controlling and/or abusive partners).
My daughter, Lucy, has a serious boyfriend, her first in fact. All he does is toy with her heart and feelings and use her.
He’ll say things like, “She pays for everything since Kevin has no money due to court expenses from a DWI and school loans from college (which he never finished).
They have lived with me since she found out she was pregnant. I have since found out that besides having no car, he has no job, which to me obviously means no money, no future..grandson says he sits home and plays video games! I have also found out she has quit her schooling among other things. I've gone from complete anger to 'what did I do wrong' to I don't want to talk to her-the complete gamut of emotions. It didn't help with my situation if I left her alone or bugged her off-and-on or constantly!
She seemed to be getting her life together-had a full time job at a school, bought a vehicle, was going to school to eventually get her teaching degree. All I know is, we really want our adult children to get a good solid future going so we can settle back and relax a bit.
Then to top that off, when our adult children don't seem to care that they are going nowhere we end up lost for words to explain, even to ourselves, how we feel. I told her once, it's like she's 'possessed', and I'm in some kind of science fiction movie.