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Old 03-06-2012, 05:58 PM
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PMaine
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Originally Posted by Gator56 View Post
If you have his phone number or can get it I'd call him and setup a lunch or just meet him somewhere and talk. Find out where his head's at about your daughter and let him know your concerns. When everythings on the table then everyone knows what's going on.
I just had an incident this past weekend and never hesitated, I let my daughter know I needed to talk to him and it was all ironed over within a few hours. I'm very forward and never hid any of my concerns and I was at ease after our talk and him understanding what she means to us.
When I was dating my wife my in-laws did this, she ended up moving out the next week, they not only lost their daughter for a short time but when they are old and need help I will always remember the hardships/drama they caused when we were just trying to put ourselves through college.............
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