|Family & Relationships / 5:43 PM - Friday February 25, 2011|
Should I ask my adult daughter why she doesn't call her mom or dad?
I want to know if I should ask my daughter if there is something her dad or I have said or done to keep her from calling home? She is 30 years old and living many states away with her boyfriend. I have called her a couple of times and left messages, but she's never returned the calls.
- Asked by tchur1, Female, 66 or older, St.Louis, Who Cares?
she is 30 and getting on with living her life ... and her boyfriend beoing black ... well he is human isnt he what has colour got to do with anything ... oh but your husband is "old school" you mean he is ignorant about the world we live in and the fact that human beings come in all shapes sizes and COLOURS. Tell your husband about your daughters boyfriend and if you miss her sooo badly why dont you go visit them both and give them your assuance you both bless their relationship. She sounds like an independantly minded girl, one that wants to live her life how she wants to! you will loose her should you or your husband lay on her anhy negativity about her choose of partner. Racism in any form is NEVER ACCEPTABLE (youre not white catholic by any chance living in a hillbully state in the middle of nowhere you know the type whose eyes stick out like storks when they lay sight on someone who *looks* different from them)
Unfortunately, your daughter is being selfish. You're out of sight, so out of mind. She may be a bit spoiled but she will probably realize at some point that she still needs her mom. I agree with the suggestion that it wouldn't hurt to email or phone her once more to tell her that you care, and just want to know how she is. If she still doesn't respond after all your attempts, it means that something is wrong with her life and you might want to look into it further.