8 dating my teenage daughter

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My boss is in his early 40s and is a father of two. My boss often tells me, totally unsolicited, that his daughter is “very attractive,” a “perfect tall blonde,” and “so beautiful.” He says boys are fawning over her and she wants to start dating.Then he paused, looked at me, and said “I bet you had that problem!

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Jenna is no longer a child, and frankly, to continue this practice is inappropriate and potentially stimulating for both of them. Perhaps it will help him to rethink his stance on this.

But it does mean I have the chance to say to her what I wish I could have said to my old self. I could have been a bit more genetically selective and married someone shorter than your Daddy. But your Daddy has the amazing cheekbones and blue eyes that I could never give you. Do your very damndest to rejoice in their wonderful qualities, even if you don’t share those qualities yourself.

To help her celebrate and nurture this actually-pretty-blinking-awesome gift that she’s been given. Don’t feel bitter and jealous about the cute petite girl. Because often the real curse of being tall comes in the fact that you always look strong and capable.

The problem isn’t just that you said it to your boss; it’s that you said it about another person at all. Anyway, yeah, you did indeed insult his daughter, and you need to talk to him and correct the record.

And then there’s your boss, who sounds pretty creepy in the way he talks about his daughter and with his crudely appraising “I bet you had that problem! Something like this would probably help: “I’m so sorry for my comment the other day about Jane’s interest in dating.

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