Need some advise please. Just found out my 14 year old daughter's boyfriend is cheating on her. Told her and, of course, she doesn't believe a word I say and the BF denies it.


Michelle - posted on 07/13/2012




There's not really a lot you can do except be there when it falls apart. No teenager is going to listen to anything negative about their relationship.

It's also best not to let her know about things if you find out. Also make sure you don't say anything like "I told you so" when it does fall apart because she will probably not tell you in the future anything about her love life.


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Krista - posted on 07/13/2012




Yup, Michelle's got it exactly right. Even if you provided proof, she'd still shoot the messenger. She'll figure it out soon enough, and if she does, just be there to comfort her.

As well, make sure she knows about safe sex. I don't know if she's sleeping with this BF or not, but if she is, and he's screwing around on her, then she could wind up with something.

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