My son just moved in with a girl after his divorce

Deborah - posted on 07/10/2015 ( 4 moms have responded )

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Just don't like her I trying trust my son opinion but I see so many flags should say something

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Deborah - posted on 07/14/2015

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Your right I can't say anything after my visit I won't visit much. I can only hope for the best. It makes me mad by giving my son money I giving her money so he can take care of her. I couldn't say know but this is the last time. Thanks for your support.

Deborah - posted on 07/14/2015

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Thanks I going to just let it go. I just hoped on a nice time with my kids and meeting her just made it miserable. Why couldn't she just faked it and try to be nice even if she didn't want us around it was going to be a few days. I think your right they were seeing each other before his wife left. My son not divorced let paper work. He made believe that his wife was at fault after meeting her I wonder but it is what it is. I just hope no kids she didn't take care of her pets from hell . No bad pets just bad pet owners. I think she will marry him soon all I can do his wish them luck. Maybe she will make him happy he moved her down to live with him. It will make it hard for me to visit . I hoping to be closer but I know a girlfriend who doesn't like me not going to help. I going to text him every few days to see how everything in the new job going. I don't want to lose him we aren't has close has I like to be. I miss him in my life. Do u think she find me a treat?

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 07/11/2015

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Your son is an adult. At most, you could voice a motherly concern that he may be moving too quickly, but "after his divorce" could mean it was final yesterday, or it was final 2 years ago...
Let him know you love and support him, and leave it at that. You don't know..he may have been seeing this person prior to his divorce, and now that it's final, they're taking steps of their own. Its best not to interfere in your adult children's relationships unless you have proof of an abusive situation.

Raye - posted on 07/10/2015

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Your son is an adult, and is responsible for his own decisions and the consequences of those decisions.

If you feel you need to say something, you should not say anything that could be seen as an attack on this girl, as that may backfire and push him closer to her. You should have a discussion about your son's feelings and your concerns that he's moving too fast after his divorce, or something like that. Tell him that you're there for him if he wants to talk, and don't press him too hard. Let him know that you respect that he's an adult and can make his own decisions, but that he will always be your son and you will always be concerned about him.

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