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my daught who is 13 has boyfriend who is 15 that has been suspend

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my daught who is 13 has boyfriend who is 15 that has been suspend from school over 20 times how can i stop this relationship
Hello and Thank You for using Just Answer. How long has your daughter been involved with her boyfriend? Do they attend the same school? Does your daughter spend more time with her boyfriend or with female friends? Thank you!!!
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
yes they do go to same school they have been involed for about 6 weeks we have not been letting her see him out of school so she has only contact with female friends
Hello and Thank You for responding. Your daughter is at the age at which the more you tell her that she cannot see her boyfriend, the more she will try to find ways to be sneaky to spend more time with him. If the issue becomes a truly serious concern, the most drastic step would be to have her change schools. On the other hand, you can continue to explain to her that her selection in a boyfriend is awful. If possible, even have her friends discuss the issue with her or one of her close friends' mother. Simply continue to tell your daughter that you are very worried about her and that you only want the best for her. The boyfriend is not the best for your daughter. He obviously does not care about school which will influence your daughter sooner or later. If more of a risk taker, you can talk to the boyfriend and /or his parents and explain how you are forbidding your daughter to see him. Nonetheless, if your daughter is surrounded with good and positive people who are complete opposites of her boyfriend, hopefully she will change her ways and drop that no good boyfriend before he takes her down the wrong path.
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