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My daughter has a boyfriend who thinks, along with his mother that she is depressed. They are giving her print-outs and texting her constantly about it. She is almost 18years old. I see no signs of depression in her. She is focused, active a top student, caring, loving and kind. Outgoing, honest, helpful, loves conversations with interesting adults and the older generations. She is so well rounded & liked by our family, teachers and friends. I think the mother is trying to drive a stake through their relationship, because my daughter has(for the 1st.time) captured her "dear son" I don't know how to deal w/ it/him/her. It borders on abuse/aggression.
Thank you. One last question. I find it very disturbing that neither the boyfriend, and especially the mother, reached out to me, or discussed with me their planned approach(attack) before any of this took place. If they were truly concerned, they know I am very involved with my daughter. It's just me & her and happy pets at home.
Should I let it go and not contact this woman?
Thank you. I never did this before, but very glad I did. Also, that I met with such a clear and concise expert as you. If I ever do it again, "Kate" will be at the beginning of my new "?"