Dating your daughter

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If he botched #1 (shame on him if he did), here’s where you give him a chance to redeem himself.Talking about his hobbies puts the ball in his court and hopefully makes him a little less terrified of you. Lori lives in Colorado with her husband and four children. She is co-author of 3 parenting books including the recently published Raising Little Kids with Big Love and Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love.It is important that we help our daughters understand the important concepts behind having a good dating experience so that they don’t miss the fun and the socializing aspects of dating.So, having raised teenage daughters through the dating years, and after having talked with lots of dads who have teen daughters, I have put together some important dating advice that dads can share with their daughters.

Just think for a minute what this type of person would be like to live with day in and day out. has no close friends and very few friends of the same-sex. I’ll let my daughter date when she’s 30,” a dad joked. Daughters moving into those teen years and beginning the dating scene freaks out a lot of dads. We need to educate our girls and make them aware of personality traits that are sure to be red flags in a relationship. Flattery is a manipulation to get a person to behave a particular way. A compliment is meant to make someone else feel good. Rudeness to a person in a service position, an elderly person, handicapped individual, or a parent is a bad sign. spends lots of money and expects something in return. So you’ve arranged to meet the guy, and you’re prepared to put him in his place.But you don’t want to embarrass or offend your daughter by asking her boyfriend the wrong questions, either.

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