My fiancee has a 19 year old daughter. She is a high school drop out, has no skills to speak of, and no drivers license. While she is a very polite and loving daughter she lives at home and has few responsibilites. My major concern is she has a male "friend" that shares her bed with her mother's permission. They claim there is no sexual activity going on, that she just hates sleeping alone. I have cautioned them that whether there is any sexual activity going on or not the situation has greater negative implications than they realize. I am unable to articulate these dangers other than she doesn't get a good nights sleep and it is just plain old bad behavior. I want my relationship with her mother to work but I am having a difficult time accepting this situation which I feel does nothing but hurt everyone including my relationship with her mother. Any advice other than to bail out now before it is too late? Can anyone articulate the perils of this "platonic sleep over" situation?View Thread
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