Simply tell her. It was noble of you to help them save their house, however, losing a house is not the worst thing that ever happens to someone. $36,000 is a lot of money. It is up to each parent to decide what they are willing to give. People miss judge the article and think it's about disowning your kid. If you don't have the money to give, there is no choice anymore. Tell her you don't have the money. If this is still about the =house, then maybe she should sell it, pay you back and get something she can afford. It's just a house.
My daughter is dating a sex offender and has just found this information out. She has a career working with children, yet she wants to look past his issues. We are concerned about her physical and emotional well being and the impact this could have on her career. How do we discuss this with her without alienating her?
My 33 year old daughter has just moved out of our home for the first time. She is married with a 4 year old and one on the way. She literally moved 1 mile away in a brand new home. Its been 10 days and all she does is cry and say she has anxiety about not living here. I feel bad, but at the same time, I think she is being ridiculous. How do I handle this?
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