Parents allowing boyfriends to move i...
June

United States

#107 Jul 19, 2013
Ridiculous wrote:
Ummm most of you guys are too old fashion and its 2013 now get with the program if your daughter wants to be with someone let her if you don't let her it's because you care about what people think to much and if you let her boyfriend live with you tell her she has too finish school and graduate that's all that matters get her birth controll if your scared of her getting pregnant but make sure it's the depo shot.... Too many dumb parents who think there always right here's a big **** you :P
Soo what are you supposed to do when you're the parents and one night you start hearing the knock and then you hear your daughter scream from sex that the grown male that shouldn't even be there in the first place is giving her? Do you put the pillow over your head and hope they run out of steam in a few hours? Lol
good lord

United States

#108 Jul 19, 2013
Brent Barry wrote:
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ARE YOU SERIOUS???????? Man 21 GIRL not women 15??????? WHAT???? So you mean to tell me your parents listened to you get your head banged through the head board by a grown man for FOUR YEARS!!!!!!!! O MY GOD! Im a guy and even i dont think that is alright. If you were 18 or 19 maybe but 15???????? You cant tell me your mom or dad didnt come busting in the room when they heard you screaming at 12 o clock at night like is everything ok? No way thats just night ok 15 is WAYYYY TOOO YOUNG!! statutory ***e
I agree Omg wtf
good lord

United States

#109 Jul 19, 2013
June you must be a child yourself to be Such a dumbass you obvisously don't have a clue what good parenting is all about BTW f u 2 lmfao
Brittany Falandys

Princeton, WV

#110 Jul 19, 2013
My daughter wants to have her boyfriend come live with us, but we don't even let him stay over unless me and my husband are home.

For some reason, my husband seems to get madder than me when my daughter goes into her room with her boyfriend and shuts the door. He gets up and acts real nervous and starts slamming cabinet and refrigerator doors. I'm just glad that he cares about her that much; sometimes he sneaks up and puts his ear next to the door and gets furious.
June

United States

#111 Jul 19, 2013
good lord wrote:
June you must be a child yourself to be Such a dumbass you obvisously don't have a clue what good parenting is all about BTW f u 2 lmfao
Soo what would you do in that situation butt munch? I bet you'd tell him to use Trojans and not lambskin huh?
dum basses

Altavista, VA

#112 Jul 19, 2013
Most if not all parents letting their daughters boy and men friend live withem or stay over in their girls rooms must be fat ugly single mothers looking to get a shot at the dude theirselves.
June

United States

#113 Jul 19, 2013
Brittany Falandys wrote:
My daughter wants to have her boyfriend come live with us, but we don't even let him stay over unless me and my husband are home.
For some reason, my husband seems to get madder than me when my daughter goes into her room with her boyfriend and shuts the door. He gets up and acts real nervous and starts slamming cabinet and refrigerator doors. I'm just glad that he cares about her that much; sometimes he sneaks up and puts his ear next to the door and gets furious.
That's because he knows the douchebag is in there plowing his little girl! No dad should have to go though that! You're crazy as a mom if it doesn't make you furious!! What if you hear her saying stop over and over then hear her belt out a scream. What will you do then!?!??
good lord

United States

#114 Jul 19, 2013
June wrote:
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Soo what would you do in that situation butt munch? I bet you'd tell him to use Trojans and not lambskin huh?
stupid ass I'd be the parent by not letting it even be an option for my underage kid
Toclosetohome

Winnemucca, NV

#115 Sep 7, 2013
I would most definitely not allow it from any of my teen daughters. Actually this post hits to close to home, this is how my daughter in the midst of a nasty custody battle became pregnant. My Ex husband in his typical dip-shitted fashion, decided this would be a good way to gain favor and get the 16 year old to take his side in the custody battle. Good idea, yup, now we have a 16 year old, who just started her Junior year, pregnant. Meanwhile I have pissed my 16 year old off for discussing sex with her, and as she said it trying to pick on her boyfriend (Because I wasn't happy with the living situation) and a stack of letters and emails sent to the court and GAL that make me look like a psychic. Because I did, and still do object to parents agreeing to this crap.
June

United States

#116 Sep 8, 2013
Toclosetohome wrote:
I would most definitely not allow it from any of my teen daughters. Actually this post hits to close to home, this is how my daughter in the midst of a nasty custody battle became pregnant. My Ex husband in his typical dip-shitted fashion, decided this would be a good way to gain favor and get the 16 year old to take his side in the custody battle. Good idea, yup, now we have a 16 year old, who just started her Junior year, pregnant. Meanwhile I have pissed my 16 year old off for discussing sex with her, and as she said it trying to pick on her boyfriend (Because I wasn't happy with the living situation) and a stack of letters and emails sent to the court and GAL that make me look like a psychic. Because I did, and still do object to parents agreeing to this crap.
That's a hard situation to be in. I can't imagine the type of father that would let this go on in his home. No matter how bad it gets mom please just don't turn your back on your daughter because when it's 3 am her midterm is due tomorrow, the baby's screaming crying because it's teething, and her dad is nowhere to be found for help she'll realize the error of her ways. It's going to get hard as h3ll for you all there is no lying in that, but just stay close to your daughter no matter what. Never turn your back on her. She's still young and learning and making huge mistakes as we all did at that age given, but just be there be there for her. That baby just might grow up to be a president just by the small chances it's given through you. Life has unlimited possibilities.
Sam

Rosedale, MD

#117 Oct 13, 2013
I was searching the internet when this came up so I figured it might be a place to start. My boyfriend and I will be together for a year next month and we're a long-distance relationship. It's getting really hard for us to keep going back and forth to see each other [i.e money, time, work, etc.]. I have two jobs and I'm a college student. He works where he lives but we want him to move to where I live, meaning he's more than willing to find a full time job. My question is: "How do I ask my parents if he can live with us?"

My boyfriend and I are willing to give my parents money for rent and other expenses to live with them until we have enough money to move out. We're both 19 turning 20 next year, I'm on birth-control, and we have safe sex which my parents are aware of. So really the only difference of living together is that it would be a year/a couple of years of him staying with us instead of two weeks.
June

United States

#118 Oct 14, 2013
Sam wrote:
I was searching the internet when this came up so I figured it might be a place to start. My boyfriend and I will be together for a year next month and we're a long-distance relationship. It's getting really hard for us to keep going back and forth to see each other [i.e money, time, work, etc.]. I have two jobs and I'm a college student. He works where he lives but we want him to move to where I live, meaning he's more than willing to find a full time job. My question is: "How do I ask my parents if he can live with us?"
My boyfriend and I are willing to give my parents money for rent and other expenses to live with them until we have enough money to move out. We're both 19 turning 20 next year, I'm on birth-control, and we have safe sex which my parents are aware of. So really the only difference of living together is that it would be a year/a couple of years of him staying with us instead of two weeks.
Here's what you do. You and your BF rent, and stay at a Holiday Inn Express for a whole month 30 days without an ounce of help from your parents. Keep track, and calculate all of your total expenses for that month. If you two haven't offed each other, ended up broke, or starved by the time those 30 days are up look at your total expenses for that month. Devide that in half. One for you, and him. Now look at how much money he spent, and if you still have the nerve to ask your parents to help support him just take that total of his, and multiply it 11 times, because that'll be how much it will cost your parents to support him. Good luck, God bless!
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Carie

United States

#120 Oct 22, 2013
My 17 yearold just moved in with 15 yearold girlfriend her mom is okay with it thinks it's great. I am at a loss. Never realized how painful this would be. Feel like I am the only one with any morals. I JUST DONT UNDERSTAND.
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Brisbane, Australia

#121 Nov 30, 2013
I think it is so wrong to allow a 15 yr old to be with a 21 yr old. Parents are responsible to protect that child.
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Brisbane, Australia

#122 Nov 30, 2013
No your not, the only one with morals. I think good morals and common sense is lacking today, but some of us still value old fashion values.If you don't want your son living with the GF, talk to the mother or both of them. If that does not work report them to the authorities. The last thing u need is for her to become pregnant. He should focused on getting education and good paying job, and thus being a good husband in the future if not that being independent and contributing to society.

I would talk to the mother and explain that you don't think it is good for her daughter to live with someone at that age, and can have negative on her emotional well being and possible future relationships.
Carie wrote:
My 17 yearold just moved in with 15 yearold girlfriend her mom is okay with it thinks it's great. I am at a loss. Never realized how painful this would be. Feel like I am the only one with any morals. I JUST DONT UNDERSTAND.
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Brisbane, Australia

#123 Nov 30, 2013
Brent Barry wrote:
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ARE YOU SERIOUS???????? Man 21 GIRL not women 15??????? WHAT???? So you mean to tell me your parents listened to you get your head banged through the head board by a grown man for FOUR YEARS!!!!!!!! O MY GOD! Im a guy and even i dont think that is alright. If you were 18 or 19 maybe but 15???????? You cant tell me your mom or dad didnt come busting in the room when they heard you screaming at 12 o clock at night like is everything ok? No way thats just night ok 15 is WAYYYY TOOO YOUNG!! statutory ***e
I agree, I would not want that for my daughter. Why would a 21 yr old be interested in a minor and not with someone their own age.
Eric

Oxon Hill, MD

#124 Nov 30, 2013
Parents need to step up and be REAL parents to their kids instead of being a friend to their kids instead of letting them do whatever the hell they want too. Kids today need to be punished with real disipline like a belt across their a** when they get in trouble. That's what's wrong with kids today they don't get disipline like the way we were raised. Kids today just get a slap on the wrist and its ok for getting in trouble.
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Kate

San Diego, CA

#126 Apr 24, 2014
You know, teenagers are going to have sex whether or not they live together. Living together gives the parents a better opportunity to see what they are up to all the time. They don't have to sleep in the same room. Also, if teens are safe with sex, who are you to judge them? If you raised your child to be informed, independent, and intelligent, you shouldn't be worried.
Kate

San Diego, CA

#127 Apr 24, 2014
Eric wrote:
Parents need to step up and be REAL parents to their kids instead of being a friend to their kids instead of letting them do whatever the hell they want too. Kids today need to be punished with real disipline like a belt across their a** when they get in trouble. That's what's wrong with kids today they don't get disipline like the way we were raised. Kids today just get a slap on the wrist and its ok for getting in trouble.

So I guess your generation was so perfect? You guys had a higher teen pregnancy rate, drug abuse rate, etc. also, your generation is made of the rapists and criminals who suffer from trauma of ABUSE growing up. Yeah, beating someone really helps them to understand why they've done wrong or how.
Dont Tickle Me Gonzo

Portage, MI

#128 Apr 25, 2014
Kate wrote:
You know, teenagers are going to have sex whether or not they live together. Living together gives the parents a better opportunity to see what they are up to all the time. They don't have to sleep in the same room. Also, if teens are safe with sex, who are you to judge them? If you raised your child to be informed, independent, and intelligent, you shouldn't be worried.
I'll tell you why Kate because my lease on my house will have my name and my mates name on it. Not my whole unwanted family! This isn't a bed and breakfast and Holiday Inn is down the street. If the boyfriend is wanting to stay under my roof I expect $275 a month for rent and my yard cut and trimmed every Sunday. And NO NO NO NO SEX!!! A kiss is allowed 2 times a day lasting no longer than 40 seconds. This is how it should be until the girl is 18 and able to get her own place. Rules are subject to change at any time.

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