Why am i dating a loser

29 Jan

This guy is 28 years old and has even admitted to her that his Dad (when alive) always told him that it was easier to lie than to tell the truth. ) My daughter and I are extremely close and always have been.She knows and has admitted to me that she realizes this guy is not what she wants, but she said he is a comfort to her for some reason and she finds it hard to break away.

They take up less space and are easy to pack into a closet when I'm sick of the sight of them.5.

He can't keep a job, he doesn't own or rent, he now lives with a cousin, he doesn't have any money, he continues to lie to her.. He can be charming but come on, you need more than a heart, you need a brain too - remember the wizard of Oz?

I throw a bit of humor in there, but truly, this situation has really taken its toll on me. I encouraged her to start counseling, which she has begun. I dated my highschool sweetheart from my Soph year in highschool until my soph year in college.

I am praying so hard that this helps her and that she realizes her potential and doesn't waste any more time with these type of guys. My parents didn't know what to do- they knew he was not right for me and I was in danger (he was in a gang, etc).

Has anyone else experienced this type of situation with their daughter(s) and if so, did they finally come around and realize that they could do so much better and did they finally see the big red flags? Finally at age 27,after a string of one loser guy after another I finally made a change. She just needs to be sick and tired of being sick and tired. He wasn't going to college, didn't have a steady job, was very jealous.... The more my parents told me not to see him it pushed me closer to him.