Boyfriend With Anger Issues

Dear Sara,


My daughter is fifteen and is dating a boy who seems to have some anger management issues. She is totally infatuated with him and it seems like he is controlling her. She denies that he has hit her but she has come home from a date with him with a red mark on her face and I have noticed bruises on her arms. I want to protect her but I also want her to independent. How can I help her?
-Ava




Dear Ava,

At age fifteen you still have some control over your daughter. She is not old enough to realize that this relationship is sick. She will be angry but in her best interest, you should keep her from seeing this boy again. She will be very upset and probably try to see him anyway. It sounds like she might need to see a therapist who has experience in domestic violence for a while so she can vent her anger at you and discuss her willingness to be physically abused.
-Sara

Comments

  1. Arlene Barton says:

    Is there a father in the picture? If not, a trusted male family member or friend needs to give her good attention.

  2. CALL THE POLICE, REPORT THE INCIDENT AND DOCUMENT HER DAMAGES WITH PICTURES.

    KEEP HER SAFELY AWAY FROM HIM SO SHE ISN’T KILLED!!

    CUT HM OUT OF HER LIFE COMPLETELY- NOT A WORD OR ARGUMENT- GONE!

  3. Lee macey says:

    Girls do not need to date, at all!! Thus us the worlds war. Especially at this age. Dating is for marriage at best. She is not ready to marry until 25. There is no need to date in high school. Again, the worlds way. I didn’t. Must guys only have a score card in mind.
    Be tough I don’t allow anymore dating!

    • Lee macey says:

      Oops typos. See if you can gif them out.. this is the worlds way ( and the church has followed right along!)

  4. VIMALA PADMARAJ says:

    PRAISE GOD

    FOR GOD’S SAKE AVA, END THIS RELATIONSHIP OF YOUR DAUGHTER’S AT THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE. IT CAN HAVE ONLY A VERY SAD FUTURE.

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