Daughter dating loser boyfriend

There are countless posts online where women complain about their deadbeat boyfriends for never paying for anything, never buying them gifts, always playing video games all day long while still living at home in their parent’s basement, and never holding on to a job for more than a year to save their lives.

Yet, these women still latch on, hoping they’ll one day change their man for the better.

I sat my daughter down the other night and told her everything. The next morning she went to see him to end things.

She then proceeded to come home and tell me that she has decided that, after graduation, she will move away with him and live with him.

She said that they talked with his mother and that his mother supports their relationship.

Her boyfriend and his mother have convinced her that her whole family is lying to her!

I don’t understand how she went to end things with him and ended up turning her back on her family in just a few short hours!

You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram.Which begs the question: Settling for a deadbeat loser is like settling for a job you hate.There are way too many people who hate their jobs and keep on doing them, just like there are way too many women who settle for men who treat them poorly.She was coming off a 6-year relationship with her boyfriend Dustin. You could tell that the breakup was still stinging three months after the fact. And by her side is exactly where he should have been, because Katie’s kind of a babe – tall, sweet and with a smile that melts icebergs. You may think that this is okay if it’s happened rarely. So they’ll stay in a relationship as long as there’s not something grossly wrong with it.Frankly, I didn’t see why: if a guy’s 41 and still doesn’t marry you after 6 years, he’s clearly the wrong guy for the job – fire him so you can make room for the right one. Only a fool would let a woman like that roam alone. The point is that I needed to impress upon Katie that this breakup was a Good Thing. But you have to understand that in good relationships, this never happens. They also have a scarcity mindset, thinking, “I know he’s a lout and a dud, but if I let him go, then I’m all alone – aiiieeeeeee…” Well, call me crazy, but I just like to think that among the 3.2 billion (BILLION! And if you’re better off alone, that’s what you should be instead of being with him.