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Dad’s girlfriend, not my step mom..

It would bother me too. I would have your FH talk to his parents, and I would talk to your father. It may ruffle some feathers, but she's not your father's wife. If they both know how you feel about her that was definitely crossing a line. I am very sorry, and would be pissed at my dad for misrepresenting the situation.

I would feel the exact same way. My soon-to-be stepdaughter is getting married sometime next year and I know i'm not her mom and I have no intention of trying to get involved. She has nothing to do with us anyway. I will just go and smile and be polite. Is your dad helping pay for the wedding? Why should he be contacting them wrt planning? Is the wedding in Oregon or Montana? I understand how you feel. My parents are also divorced and my dad has since remarried, with the woman he left my mom for.

I don't keep in contact with him - his condition for keeping in contact with us is to talk to her. I refuse. I would talk to your dad and tell him that you know that his girlfriend got in contact with you FH's family, ask for an explanation, and remind him that it is not her place to do so. You could also remind his girlfriend of that, but I guess I don't know if you're on speaking terms.

I'm glad your FH's parents know the situation now, so they know to avoid her advances in the future if it makes you uncomfortable. I'm so sorry, that's incredibly frustrating. Fellow child of divorce, so always here to talk! I would tell him you were extremely disappointed that he mispresented why he wanted FMIL's number.

I won't even invite my father's wife to my wedding. Also haven't spoken to my dad in 4 years because of her up until 3 days ago via email, just letting him know I'm engaged and I miss my dad. I am editing my previous comment because I don't know her or you or how everything went down. My best advice is: she comes with your Dad as part of the package. Whether you like or or not, you have to deal with her. As a future step-mom, I'm really, really, really thankful that my step daughters to be love and accept me.

You would be so surprised how often people forget about the step-mom teachers, parents from my girls' schools, basically everyone , or think I'm not important enough to include She may not be married to your Dad, but she's been there for 9 years and you don't know how she may feel unless you pursue a relationship with her.

Log in Join now. Devoted August Saved Save. Sorry in advance for the long post, but here it goes. My mom and dad divorced when I was 13, my mom has since passed away. My dad has been dating his girlfriend for like 9 years, I have never liked her. She knows that I do not like her and never have. But fast forward I find out his girlfriend who I despise freaking called his mom, and made dinner plans.

I am so pissed and I feel like she completely crossed a boundary and did it to piss me off. Rockstar October Master October Legend November Do you have valid reasons to despise this woman so much? It sounds like her and your father are really trying to be involved and help out. Why would she want to have dinner with your in laws if not to get closer to you? View Quoted Comment. Rockstar May Super November Dedicated December February Master Disregarding message stuff above If your father did not see anything wrong with it, perhaps he did not see anything that was not as usual.

It is most common for parents or family, godparents, whoever, from one family to meet the other family for a dinner. My parents invited my groom's since they had never met.

And etiquette book will suggest that each family meet the other well before the wedding. And whether you like it or not, your Dad has designated her as his SO, the other half of a couple. And given her hostess of the family duties. She may arrange most social things. You expect your family to accept whoever you love, even if they cannot stand him. And to be polite to him and his family. He and you are now a package deal. And your father has every right to expect the same courtesy from you.

For 9 years, she has been his choice of companion. They may never marry. But if in their relationship he let's her take care of social contacts, that is his choice, not yours. You are not a dependent child now. You and your dad are each half of a couple, and need to graciously accept the other's chosen partner. Or break contact with your Dad. He need not put up with you being rude to his SO, trying to cut her out.

If he sees it as a perfectly normal thing for him and SO to meet his parents, then please leave it alone. It is a positive gesture. Don't read evil thoughts into it. Whether a stepmother, or a long term companion, Dad has chosen for her to be a part of his life. Accept both, or discontinue all family contact. Dedicated June Comment on this discussion. Related articles. Here's our step-by-step guide to Is your dad a huge rock fan? Check out these classic rock father daughter dance You want See more articles.

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I think my dad’s girlfriend takes advantage of him. How can I get over my anger at her?

I know it's weird and stuff But I like him and I think he likes me. But the thing is, if dad and girlfriend marry, then he'll be my stepbrother and So, my question is, what the heck do I do?! I have a friend that was in the same situation.

My dad was a pretty hands-off parent with me and my sister, until my mom died about a decade ago. I was just out of college, but my sister was entering middle school, so he suddenly became a single parent of a teenage girl. He pulled through, but he was still pretty hands off.

Editor's Note: Every Monday, Lori Gottlieb answers questions from readers about their problems, big and small. Have a question? Email her at dear. The divorce process was initiated about a year ago, and finalized about six months ago. I genuinely feel relieved that my mom and dad got divorced, and I think it is the best thing for both of them.

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News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. They got together when I was I have always found her attractive and tried to lead her on. I almost choked on my cereal. You can help her gain confidence with you sexually. We tried to get into a good position this week but it felt awkward and I thought that I was only three-quarters as erect as I used to be in my twenties. Your girlfriend will not know what to expect so you can learn together. Just try again. MY boyfriend and I have a daughter but he is planning to move into a flat of his own which his parents are buying for him.

My dads girlfriend is slowly tearing my family apart.

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He now lives with his own father to help care for him. She expects him to pay for her, despite his money worries.

It would bother me too. I would have your FH talk to his parents, and I would talk to your father. It may ruffle some feathers, but she's not your father's wife. If they both know how you feel about her that was definitely crossing a line.

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Dealing with divorced parents can be difficult. The situation can become even more complicated if your dad starts dating. Learning to get along with your dad's girlfriend can be emotional and even awkward. It's important to figure out what type of relationship you want to have, and then plan some steps you can take to make that happen.

I am 18 and my parents divorced when I started high school. I am now in my first year of college and in four years my family story got really complicated. My mom was unhappy with my dad so she divorced. My dad still loves my mom and I think he is just lonley. My dad is 59 and my mom is I now live with both my mom and dad in the same city so the commute is not bad but the constant switch is hard on my sister and I.

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