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28-Jan-2018 11:48

I found his profile and he says he is 29 years old and unemployed. I understand you are upset but just because he's unemployed it doesn't mean there's anything wrong or sinister about him. It can work out, and there's nothing wrong with an age difference.

Leave them be and if she's happy she will introduce him to you.

When I first started seeing my current partner I was 19 he was 39. Yes she's 16, but in just 2 years time she's legally an adult and you don't want to drive her away do you?

I was 17yrs when I met my now dh and he was 32yrs, neither of my parents were too happy but my mums friend once asked her what would she prefer, a person into drugs, alcohol and a violent man or my now dh who had a steady job, would look after me and was (fairly ) decent.

However, my dad was very settled had his own property, car and good well paid job. It was a bit of a joke in our family when me and my sist got to 18 and we used to pretend we had 30 year old boyfriends and said they couldn't tell us it was wrong- though this was all done as a joke I'm not too sure how ey would have actually responded if one of their daughters was in the same situation.

I would try not to panic, talk things through with her and check she is being safe.

My 16 yo DD has been dating a 29 yo man for 6 weeks now. My parents werent happy about my relationship with my oh, pushed me away by trying to tell me what to do, so I moved 300miles away to live with him. Be the shoulder if and when she needs it I think you should apologise and let her know you love her and respect her choices.

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But the most important thing is to keep the relationship between parent and child strong.Finally, do be wary that teenagers do want to assert themselves and often want to show their parents that they have their own choices and are fed up of being 'told' what to do - and very often want parents to have a bad reaction to something so they can tell them 'it's my life and I can do what I want, not what you want!! Hi I can understand your concern but from experience my mum tried to break me and my then boyfriend up when I was 16, I was a defiant child and tried even harder for us to stay together. Text her and say sorry for pushing her, you have a better chance of keeping an eye on things if she's at home She's 16, I think the chances of him being "the love of her life" are very slim. Personally I think it's questionable as to why a 29 year old is interested in a 16 year old, take two years off both their ages, same age gap but very, very wrong. Sorry I don't have any advice and I think some posters are right in the sense of if you try to keep them apart they'll find a way to be together.

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