Once your kids move out of your house, you can do whatever you want. If she is still living with you at twenty-four, it's time for her to move out (unless she is in college). As for her feelings about your boyfriend, sometimes we don't like people. Also even adult kids resent their parents relationship with people other than their other parent. You can't make her like him. I would dig deeper into her feelings about this and make sure it isn't because he made a pass at her or some other horrible thing she isn't telling you. If there isn't any reason, then you have to realize that she isn't going to like everyone you date. Your daughter doesn't have to like him. If you feel like you need to defend your choice in boyfriends then maybe you should look closer in who you have chosen.
I have fallen down the rabbit hole. I pay my sons and daughter in laws' bills. I am terrified if I don't pay, they will end up homeless and live in a vehicle. She is twenty-four; he is twenty-five. Neither will hold a job. They have a four-year-old and a two-year-old. I'm terrified those babies will end up homeless if I don't keep paying. How do I get out without the grandkids being the losers?
19 yr old daughter with anxiety & ADHD moved in with a twenty-eight-year-old bipolar guy with anxiety. She doesn't make much money, and he doesn't have a job. We don't want her to end up in jail. She's very naive, and seems afraid to ask him too many questions. She doesn't want to move back home. I've only met him once, and now she says he doesn't like to socialize. My husband's never met him, and we're not allowed over to their place. We only get to see her when she visits. What can we do to keep her safe?
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