Dating a loser carver
We have offered to send her to Europe, on a semester abroad, or anywhere she’d like to go, but she can’t leave this loser.She came close to leaving him a couple of times, but he tells her he will be gone when she comes back, and she backs down. We can’t imagine that she will marry him, but she is making no effort to get away from him. Heart-broken By my calculations, she began her relationship with the Loser at about 16 years of age. He has fought us in every parenting decision we have made concerning our daughter — for six years. 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.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.
All of the various “stages” teens and young adults pass though were controlled by the Loser boyfriend.
An article addressing sons and daughters who were parented by Losers is also being planned.
If our parent or parents have the characteristics listed in this article, our ability to function as a healthy adult may be hindered due to the dysfunctional family/parent model.
There are more victims in the environment of the Loser than his or her partner.
I’ve been contacted for help by the friends and loved ones of people involved in relationships with Losers (controlling and/or abusive partners).