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By ModernDayMaid - / Monday 25 March 2019 22:00 /
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By  Sheepiebeepie  |  24

Uhg that statement. I really hope you didn’t merry whoever you did without being sure you could unconditionally love their pre existing child. Children mess things up, get used to it.

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By  Sheepiebeepie  |  24

Uhg that statement. I really hope you didn’t merry whoever you did without being sure you could unconditionally love their pre existing child. Children mess things up, get used to it.

By  im_teekay  |  6

Sorry OP, it's not just a preteen problem, especially with step-kids. My step-daughter, at 21, decided she didn't need to pay board OR help out with housework, or at least even pay for the electricity her pet tropical fish were using, even though she had a full time job. When her father told her to pay board she just laughed in his face, and when I told her to pull her head in and help, she moved out and refused to speak to me for over 6 months (but left the fish for us to deal with.) As someone pointed out, it's a parent problem - but the problem parent is not you.