My sister is dating a loser
Sadly, our beautiful, talented, smart, witty daughter of 22 has been dating a “loser” for six years. She has broken up with him at least 50 times, but only for a day or two at a time. He has at least 18 of the “Loser traits” in your article.
He is the worst thing that has happened to our family.
They are engaged, and because we asked him to get a job (he hasn’t worked or gone to school for months and months), he refuses to come to our home or speak to us.
He has told her if they get married, we are not invited!
He's told me I'm beautiful more times than I can count. She just wasn't lucky enough to get a guy like I did on the first try.
He has fought us in every parenting decision we have made concerning our daughter — for six years.
Looking back, we wish we had shipped her off somewhere when she was 17. We didn’t know what a serious problem this was back then.
If her knight in shining armor rode in and swept her off her feet, do you really think she'd put up with this chunk for another day?He has also told us there is no way to reconcile things until after they’re married — and that will take at least a couple of years.We have sent her to a good counselor who later told us he knows these two will not be happy together. Carver, and are wondering if you have any other advice for us. She is close to a few of her siblings, but they don’t dare say too much because they don’t want to drive her away.Therapists call this “awfulizing” or “catastrophizing.” Mackler says you’re playing the Gloom and Doom Movie by imagining the absolute worst-case scenario, and it’s spinning in your mind as reality.So take stock.“Look at the core beliefs you have about yourself that’s driving this fear,” she says.
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Our daughter is angry at us and acuses us of ruining her life.