Dating a 30 year old man dating vegetarian women

I wouldn't ban her from seeing this man or run him down, that will just make her more determined to see him. They have been together for 20 years,married for 14 and have 2 children together. Anywhere in the UK she is old enough to have sex with any other consenting person over the age of 16 that she wants to...He is 15 years older than her, but they are very happy so it can work. At 16 a person would only be a child if they'd been brought up in such a way that they are still a child...Hi all, This is my first post and I need some advice on how to handle this situation.Over this summer, before my daughter starts sixth form college she has been working as a waitress at a pub, and is the youngest person working there - most others seem to be over the age of 20 from what she has told me, however I had no concerns as she is very mature and also looks far older than her age - at least 18/19.As a mum I wouldn't like my 16 yr old to be in a relationship with a 30 year old at all. everyone parents differently and brings up there children different i would talk to her but i expect my children to go on to further education and concentrate on their studies we are quite strict with regards to the op i would be telling the manager of where she works or confronting the guy face to face but thats just me the main thing is talk to her and be there for her When I was 16 I had a huge crush on a 34 year old teacher who really led me on and looking back I realise he was inappropriate.

Sent from my i Phone using Netmums Hope this man is sincere and not just using this poor child because she still is a child and 16 is very confusing time where you're transitioning to adulthood.I just wanted to share my experience to say that not all relationships with older partners are something to be concerned about, my family really welcomed my partner as he was always coming over etc so wasn't as if he was the secret older boyfriend or anything.I hope that helps x Sent from my i Phone using Netmums But also when I was in secondary school I was in a relationship with another boy from school for almost 2.5 years so I had experience of being in a serious relationship whereas you didn't mention if your daughter has had relationships in the past , so I think that could also make a difference x Sent from my i Phone using Netmums everyone parents differently and brings up there children different i would talk to her but i expect my children to go on to further education and concentrate on their studies we are quite strict with regards to the op i would be telling the manager of where she works or confronting the guy face to face but thats just me the main thing is talk to her and be there for her When I was 16 I had a huge crush on a 34 year old teacher who really led me on and looking back I realise he was inappropriate.I always found they were more respectful than teenage boys. If she'd actually been supportive, our relationship (mine with mum i mean) may may have turned out better Sent from my SM-G920F using Netmums mobile app sorry i disagree she is still a child should she even be working in a pub i know a lot of places that sell alcohol wont employ under 18 these days i was groomed at 16 by a 35 year old man its not right as a mother i would be putting a stop to this In Scotland she would be old enough to get married without her parents' knowledge or permission...I would advise keeping communication open with your daughter so she knows she can come to you if there's a problem. In England and Wales she's old enough to get married with her parents' permission...

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