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Today's OPP says her dad is out of control with his dislike for all the men she dates. Though the boyfriends try hard to be liked by or even acknowledged by him. He is extremely rude and tries to intimidate them. What should she do?
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[kimberly boucher] - Lol! Be grateful she has a dad who thinks so highly of her that no man is good enough!
[alison ondracek] - I would have a sit down conversation with him and explain that if he can't trust me to make my own decisions I will have to set a boundary that he doesn't get to meet them, which means that he'll see less and less of me.
[shea sager streichenwein] - No one will ever be good enough for daddy's girl. Depending on the girls age, she should sit down with dad and talk about this. If she's a teen well sorry, daddy will be more protective
[gabrielle j n clement] - How old is she? If she teen haha. Good luck with that lol
[adam crowley] - Turn 18 and move out?
[jessi johns] - Grow up, get a roommate, and move out. If you want to be an adult and earn the respect of your parents, stop living under their roof. Maybe then, they'll take your opinions on your boyfriends a bit more seriously and treat you like an adult. Until then, you're acting like a child, and they're going to treat you like one.
[josephine savastano mochizuki] - If the guys can pass dad's test then you know the boyfriend is a keeper
[erica owens] - Nothing that's life.. He should make it hard because the right one will stick around and understand that dads just being dad .. That guys a keeper and you Dont want the rest let your dad do the hard work and run them off.
[jen vasquez] - My dad owns a funeral home and made sure all my boyfriends knew what he did for a living and that he knows how to embalm bodies and get rid of them!
[andrea wright] - That's a Daddy's job!!
[jeannie hernandez] - I think it's incredibly necessary that these "boyfriends" know what's up!! Someone who really is worth it will stick it out and possibly stand up to her father and prove he's gonna take care of dads diamond!!
[stevie leigh crutcher] - Date a girl, and see what he does.
[therese l. nelson-williams] - Stop bringing the men she dates around the dad! Until you have an established relationship with whomever you're dating the parents don't need to be involved. Once the dating becomes a real relationship then you can introduce the guy to your parents. Maybe your dad thinks you're dating around too much and he'd rather see you with the same guy for a longer period of time! Dad's don't ever think any man is good enough for their little girls.
[missy sanchez] - When she finds a good guy, he will know how to talk to her father and a mutual trust and respect will likely be the result. Maybe the guys she's dating aren't living up to her dad's standard of what he wants for his daughter. My dad was the same way but when I met the guy I knew I was going to marry and my dad freaked out at him, my future husband sat down with him and calmly talked out the issues. Now they get along great.
[lisa peterson] - Who cares. All men suck.
[angela merz] - Yes! We need the other side
[ant jen salaman] - Stop bringing boys around to meet him
[heaven northrop] - Dad is just being a dad is part of his job maybe she hasn't brought anyone home he deems worthy of her, she should take it as a complement that he cares.
[dobson stancill] - If your daughter is dating men. She can make her own decisions. Dad your major influence was when she was dating teenage boys. The daughter is old enough to make her own bed and decide who to invite into it. AND face her own consequences
[heather alexander] - I'd tell him "look, dad, unless you want me living with you forever as an old maid, you have to trust that you raised me with the morals, common sense, and character judgement to choose my own mate. If I make a few mistakes, big deal. Everyone does. And as an adult, I respect your opinion so it would help our father-daughter relationship alot if you'd respect mine as well." You're a grownup, sweetie. You don't need his approval. That being said, most people don't bring someone home until they're pretty sure he/she is going to be permanent. So date outside the home until it's a sure thing, then stand by your man when he meets your dad.
[lisa rae dagner] - Confront him about it. If he argues, distance herself & stop allowing him access to her life & relationships. My dad does the same thing, he's not a dick but no one is ever good enough, period. So I don't bring my boyfriend around much, I don't talk to him about my relationship or anything related to it. It's really none of his business & if he's going to be unsupportive, I have real problems to deal with. Ain't nobody got time fo dat, family or not!
[alan webb] - Go lesbian. Guarantee he will lighten up
[cindra ann] - Simple Solution: Pick better boyfriends to date. There needs to be more men like the father of this OPP to teach some discipline and respect amongst these saggy pants posers. Go Dad!
[israel rivera] - Poop in her dad's bed
[melissa mcnelley hiatt] - Be grateful that your father loves you enough to care!
[amanda holmes] - I agree that she should feel awesome her dad loves her so much, but yes, sit him down and say, "if you cannot behave, then you don't get to meet them!" Tough love goes both ways.
[jessica dunning] - That's life, deal with it?
Under 18- thats a parent for you, he's your dad. Over 18-move out.
[cassie kizer] - How old is this bitch? In highschool?
[candice bishop] - Move out of your dad's house and demonstrate your ability to take care of yourself and make educated decisions, or stop whining about it.
[steven miranda] - Dad wants a guy with a pair of balls, tell her bf to shake his hand firm like a man introduce himself and that's it don't kiss ass or try to get him to like you, be respectful but let him know your not a suck up your a man that will take care of his daughter just by ur presence and not by trying to get approval. Thats what a dad wants.
[jim ridge] - Let one of them kick his ass! That will end his intimidation tactics. May or may not help dad pull his head out of his ass...wait is this my daughter? Lol Nevermind you go Dad!
[lisa roper torch] - Put on your big girl panties & move out!!!! By the time I was your age I had a job. a car, a husband, a house & children!!!
[michael metzger] - Punch him in the throat!!! Atleast she brings em around instead of hiding shit from him. What a bum this dude is, I have 2 daughters myself and will protect them till the day I go in the dirt but com on man!!!
[patricia kandola] - How old is she? That is an important factor.
[maria cole] - Wait till she's if age move out and "adopt" other dad figures to help her make wise dating choices aunts, uncles or trusted friends can be awesome in this area.
[laurie hill knaus] - Smile and laugh then hug him. After all she is probably a daddys girl...
[kendra emerson] - 1. How old is she, cause if it's under 18 he has every single right to run off anyone he pleases. 2. Men are pigs, this includes her dad, however it seems his deep down feelings are pure protection. Don't fault the man.
[theresa anne staas] - Dad's over protective, it will back fire. She needs to be trusted to find a man that can be trusted, like she trust's ( hopefully) her father. His job is done unless she asks for his opinion.
[sarah debraal minor] - If it were my dad I would tell him to stop being a jerk! but we just have that type of relationship lol
[cherish bar] - Tell dad she won't introduce him to anyone anymore if he doesn't quit...
[tonya vigil] - Date girls, they're hotter anyway (;
[casey hawkins] - Stop dating shitheads
[gary bueno] - Is she 16? If not, then who cares?
[chris morgan] - He's a father... I am not seeing what he is doing wrong here....
[diana zschaschel] - Sounds like he cared....
[sean dubia] - Bring home a service member!! Not likely to b intimidated!!!
[brittany b-rocka wilbanks] - Take a girl home!!!!
[dorothy anderson] - Depends on her age!!!
[brad simler] - Tell her dad to stop being a dick
[vanessa pacheco] - If she's 25 or older just don't let him meet the boyfriends. If he can't act right then he doesn't get that privilege!!
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[breeana lynn cordova] - Give up? Haha some dads never let go.
[mariah crash pickett] - Dont introduce them to him...
[jakjak yellowmoon] - Talk to her dad and ask why he feels it's necessary to act that way.
[carol lane] - Stop dating. j/k Seriously she needs to sit down with dad to find out why he dislikes all the guys.
[sara stojkovich dittrich] - Be grateful that you even have a father . Be grateful because you
Are blessed with a parent that cares about you . He is trying to protect you . Have a big discussion with him . Talking helps .
[patrick johnson] - If you have the same guy around enough he'll most likely mellow out
[dani byrnes viverito] - How old is she? If she is 18+ and living with him, move out!
If you are younger and living there, his house his rules so suck it up buttercup!
If you live on your own and he treats your BF's like crap, tell him you will never bring any one around until he gets a grip! There is no reason to be rude.
You can be a caring father without being a douchebag
[jess michaels] - Stop looking for his approval! She's a big girl and can decide for herself... if he is going to be rude tell him she going to stop bringing them over!
[wendy kay graf] - Go with her heart, dad will get over it
[shelby parker] - Oh and if I had a dad like that I would stop even letting him know who I was dating.
[shelby parker] - My mom likes my boyfriend of 3 1/2 years and if she didn't too fucking bad.
[shelby parker] - I'm glad my mom was a single mother and had no say in who I chose to date after I turned 18.
[rebeka mcclure] - Moving out works.
[olive penderghast] - You want to live like an adult? Go fucking be an adult; no self respecting 24 year old should still be living with their parents!
[gail cruise] - I was chaperoned until I was 18, that was <flubs numbers> years ago. I turned out OK, my dad knew what sort of folks were out there!!
[nichole simmons] - Talk to him. Ask him what exactly it is that he has an issue with. If he seems out of line with his wants/demands, just don't bring them around anymore. Dad needs to learn, the stricter he is, the more likely she is to bring home mister wrong than mister right.
[jordyn deming] - What you need is a real man to pass the test. Those "Men" didn't deserve you if they weren't willing to put up with dads love for you. I truly respect a man who is willing to protect his daughter <3
[rachel beason] - Stop introducing them to her dad unless she is underage and living at home - sorry gotta deal.
[rafael ortiz jr.] - She's a grown ass woman in a grown ass world. No amount of hand holding is gonna prep her for this harsh bitch we call life. Love is full of trial and error. Only person who's gonna find "The One" is her, and when she does be still might not like him. He's a dad. Defense is his game
[angelique gonzales] - Either sit down and talk to him, or there is a reason and you need to ask to figure it out or you guys haven't been together long enough for him to feel it necessary to get to know him so maybe all it takes is time. He shouldn't try to be liked, it's not something that can be forced.
[dana lynn garcia] - First of all, how old is she?? If she is over 18, then she doesn't need dad's approval. Some parents are very controlling and/or can't let go. If she has a good relationship with her dad, then she needs to sit down with him and find out the reasons behind his behavior. I wish her the best of luck!
[ronald benedict] - Don't bring them home tell she's married. Keep him out of her relationships.
[kendra murray] - Sounds like she needs to break up with her dad.
[felicia a lucero] - Tell the old man to back off ! There's a line that need not be crossed ! Ya dig ?
[carol somontes] - Wish I had a dad who cared like that
[teri donovan springer] - Bring home a REAL loser....that will put the other guys into perspective....
[austin boss] - God dad's like that are fucking obnoxious.
[gannier fulghum] - Leave his punk ass