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What should you do if the father of your two kids had a daughter while you were apart for 3 months with another woman?


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2005-09-17 05:47:44
2005-09-17 05:47:44

Well, it is popular nowadays to seek counseling. This goes beyond of what I can truly help with. Communication is the key, I know it's hard, but you have to find out if you can still love and forgive. First, do what's best for the children only. Don't let your children get involved in any fights or nonsense. It's going to take time, regardless the outcome he is still going to be in your life and so is the other women's child.


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No, once a father always a father. No matter what their ages are, they will always be father and daughter.

Physically?? yes. But should you, no.

The etiquette for dating your daughter-in-law's father would be no different from that for dating the father of your son's girl friend. Whatever works for the tow of you should be fine.

i think lord ullin's daughter was not right in decision because her father loved her so much and she left her father without even telling him . if she wanted to marry that chieftain , then she should have asked her father and then she should have decided to elope with her lover . how could she decide that her father would never accept her lover . she should have asked her lover to request her father. is there a father doesn't even want to listen what her daughter is saying? parents are the well - wishers of their children .

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If you mean that he abused her in the past, she should certainly be with another adult if she visits him, and the other adult should keep a close eye on her during the entire visit.

The father may have a legal right to see his daughter. If she doesn't want to see him, in that case, it is a moot point. He can see her, and it's legally enforceable.However, if he cares enough for the daughter, he may be open to discussing the issue with you, or another adult or a professional of some sort. If there are good reasons why she should notsee her father, then you should be in touch with legal authorities or child protective services.If he is a good father, then the best thing for her legal guardian to do would be to encourage the daughter to be receptive and open-minded about visiting with him. Also, you might be able to give advice to the father about things that would make a visit more pleasurable.

A father should only have a parental love for their daughter and to have a physical or emotional romantic love for their daughter is incest and against the law. It is wise for a father to seek professional help before this type of love causes a disaster that can never be rectified between father and daughter. Meanwhile, see less of your daughter if possible and if she is around then keep yourself busy while you are also receiving professional help.

It is always difficult for a step mother to discipline a step child, since the ineivtable complaint "you're not my real mother!" will be considered to render your efforts invalid. If the step daughter is hurting her father, that is something that the father should deal with. Your role would be to help your husband understand how to deal with his own daughter, rather than dealing with her yourself. Obviously he should not permit his daughter to hurt him, and should take any measures necessary to prevent that.

Most fathers find their daughters beautiful even if the daughter is not. Some fathers and daughters are normally close and the daughter may feel she can confide in her father more than her mother. However, if the father is sexually attractive to his daughter this is not normal and he should seek psychological treatment before any damage is done.

No you shouldn't have to go to a lawywer for that, because She will be 18 by the time the case makes it to the courts.

Let me make sure I have this right, so I don't answer the wrong question. I'll use fake names. :) Should Suzie see her daughter Allie every other weekend, even though Suzie threatens and bashes Allie's father Luke. If that's what you were asking, then no, I don't think she should see her daughter that often. I think the priviledge should be taken away until the mother learns to control herself. Then she should be allowed to visit under the supervison of a court official. If the mother stops abusing the father, then she should be able to see the daughter unsupervised, but supervision should be immediately resumed if the abuse continues. Not only is it not fair to the father, but it also has a very lasting and very negative affect on the daughter. I don't know how old the daughter is in this case, but no one should witness abuse of their father/mother, especially if it's done by the other parent. That's teaching someone that abusing your spouse is okay, and they will more than likely do the same to their spouse later on in life. Good luck!

It is hard for a father to let go of a daughter and even harder if they are overprotective, controlling and strict. There is really nothing you should do or can do but be respectful towards him as well as her.

You'll need a lawyer to do this; you should ask them what steps are needed.

No. Lord Ulllin's daughter was not right in eloping with her lover, as the person who brought her into this wonderful life was none other than her father. How could she betray him? No father wants his child to be unhappy. She should have understood this fact but she did not.

No It should be on the cheek or forehead in my opinion. On the lips is a little weird. There is nothing wrong or weird with a Father kissing his Daughter on the lips as a sign of affection.

When the father of the groom makes a toast he should first acknowledge his new daughter-in-law by saying he is proud that she is part of their family and he has not lost a son, but gained a daughter and then the father can have a few funny little things to say about his son such as 'For awhile there we never thought we'd be able to flog him off until Jane came along and stole his heart.'

When she believes she can bathe herself without anyone's help. Maybe around 8.

You should play your cards for her future. Introduce your daughter to the fact that man is not her father. Your ex is. Tell her that she can call your new partner her father.

Not really. By this age the child should be sleeping on her own in her own bed.

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You need to reassure her dad that your intentions for his daughter are genuine and true. Maybe with time the father will come around and see that the two of you truly love one another.

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