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Six, I am scared that Jim will pressure Mary to do sexual things.
She says she loves it but I don’t think she does, I think she’s just trying to rebel against me.
She doesn’t even listen to my suggestions that she move back home to Virginia (she lives in New York) to save on rent or so that I can help her grow.
Three, Mary has a masters degree whereas Jim has only his bachelor’s.
I feel that he will come to resent my daughter for having a higher education since he is the man in the relationship (and I have seen many relationships end because of this).
Mary tells me she does not drink (she claims she does not see the point) but for how long until she gives into the temptation of drinking?
What about peer pressure from hanging out with his family and his friends?
First off, I want to let it be known that we are a family of Christians; I believe there is only one true God and that to be saved it must be through Jesus Christ. This is the biggest thing that I am scared of, and while I have tried to tell Mary that she should break up with Jim for her own wellbeing, she will ignore me or pretend I didn’t say anything.
I have raised both my children “Paul” – 19 years old – and “Mary” – 24 years old – to be strong in faith and put their trust in God. She recently confessed to me (this past summer) that she is seeing someone, let’s call him “Jim.” Jim is not who I want for my daughter and I worry that their incompatibilities and differences will lead to her being hurt. It hurts me deeply that she would choose to ignore her own mother like this.
Five, I feel like Mary is settling in life and Jim is a result of that.
Another example: She is in a marketing job and they are not paying her very well (only 40K and she has a masters degree).
Even worse, Jim is an atheist and does not believe in God and I feel that he will drag Mary down spiritually.
She should know that God’s love is not to be taken lightly.