My 16 yr old daughter is living with her boyfriend and his family....

Juleigh Anne - posted on 01/20/2013 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I would like to ask if anyone has ever dealt with a teen girl not wanting to be with them and literally moving out? Ill explain more if anyone would l;ike..I cant belie ve this..

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Michelle - posted on 01/21/2013

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My daughter spent some time in a out-patient program at a psychiatric hospital. They aren't like the movies and they really help. It may actually be a good option. She met many girls there that had moved in with their boyfriends and it was for many an overlying act of rebellion and not the real problem. Their are also some really nice boarding schools for girls with these type of problems look up CertsGroup.com the only problem is that they are expensive.

Chaya - posted on 01/21/2013

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true, you can force her home, but unless you lock her away, you can't make her stay. Having her arrested has it's benefits, but you'll never have a relationship with her again, therefore you'll never have a relationship with her children. I have an aquaintance whose parents their daughter in a psych ward because she moved in with her boyfriend, I don't know how that worked out.

Michelle - posted on 01/20/2013

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Legally in many states she can not move out with out breaking the law. You can force her to come home. I would not be scared for her never coming back but of the consequences that would affect her after she does. Also family therapy can do wonders.

Chaya - posted on 01/20/2013

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I lived away from my parents, but they kicked me out when I was ten. Try asking her what's so horrible about living at home and work form there. The real problem in my family was a deaf parent. I knew he was hearing impared, I just thought he didn't care because he wasn't defending me.

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