(Closed) Totally irresponsible?

posted 5 years ago in Parenting
Post # 3
393 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@Kacey23:  so she met up with someone she knew in real life, but lost contact with them? She also took her 9 year old daughter along for this trip? I mean she’s an adult… She doesn’t really need permission to meet up with a friend from her past. Maybe taking her daughter was a little weird… But I don’t really see what the problem is Or why you think this is irresponsible. 

Post # 4
3465 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

@Kacey23:  she’s 32 years old her parents don’t really have a say in what she does anymore. She shouldn’t have taken her daughter with her, but like I said she makes her own choices not her parents…

Post # 5
981 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@ToTheRiot:  +1

Also, super weird and inappropriate for HER MOM to be posting on facebook about it.

Post # 6
7276 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

I don’t really think this is  irresponsible. She knew this guy and just reconnected with him. I also don’t think something like this is really her parent’s business. Why do you think this was risky?

Post # 7
5219 posts
Bee Keeper

@Kacey23:  I don’t see the big deal, she is an adult… and airing out all of this on Facebook seems more irresponsible to me. People need to mind their own business, that includes well meaning family.

Post # 8
1780 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@Kacey23:  Yes and No….Yes its irresponsible to just meet up with some guy from the internet….but she does know him from the past…..and ya know shes in her early 30’s divorced, 2years its not like 2 weeks divorced….she has the right to not be lonely….but i do agree that just meeting someone from the internet is a little risky esp being so far from home…and I have never been a big fan of people pushing everyone they go on a date with on to their kids no matter how old the kid is….and that is just a personal opinion….but i do think her parents may be over reacting alot….esp to drag all that on facebook about being dissapointed speaks alot about the maturity of the gals mom!! seriously call her and say I dont agree with this dont blast it on facebook like a 14 year old girl would do….the gal was trying to be private with her life wich is respectable and whose to say they didnt meet, still hit it off and then since shes stuck for the weather say hey…lets talk more….

*the main thing I disagree with is bringing the daughter and the fact that everyone feels the need to air every grievance against someone on facebook! I mean really your daughter is in her 30’s so your at bare minimum mid-upper 40’s (if you had a teen pregnancy) but most likely in your 50’s! WTH! SMH! she shouldnt have put that on facebook….nor is it really anyones business besides her daughters and the families….whose to say they hadnt been “dating” for awhile and just put it on facebook…..my sister was married 4 months before she changed facebook….* UGH END RANT!

Post # 9
1019 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

@Kacey23:  Do a 32 year old grown WOMAN’S family have a right to be angry? Not…really. I mean, I guess you have a right to your feelings and all, but I think concern might be a more productive emotion to convey. I would be concerned about the 9 year old girl, absolutely. 

Sounds like they’re all being quite childish and meddling in each others’ business inappropriately. Why would parents be angry about their grown adult daughter’s choices? Why would her sister tattle like they’re kids again? Why does the grwn daughter feel a need to sneak around? 

Yes, anything could have happened to them. It definitely would have been better for the mother to go with another friend. But those risks are around us all the time, should she hole her and her daughter up in grandma and grandpa’s house until they die? There should be a balance, and as the 9 year old is not the child of the grandparents, they can express their concern and IMO beyond that, they should butt out. 

Post # 10
1508 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@Kacey23:  Well, she is 32 and can make her own choices. I’m assuming where ever she went, she probably knew people, since this is an annual event for them?

Without knowing all the details of what happened there, I wont necessarily say it was irresponsible. Here is why, she went to high school with him, so she already had an idea of his character, they chatted/reconnected for a few months before actually meeting, her sister was in the know(should something have happened) and presummably people at the location were likely aware as well. 

Bad things can easily happen close to home, so I dont think the proximity necissarily makes meetings any safer. Did the guy stay with them? or just meet them there?

Post # 11
1780 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@Mrs_Amanda:  +10000000!! this woman is probably in her 50’s!! why the heck is she being childish enough to put this on facebook!! something that really dosent concern her…let alone something that should make her feel hurt and betrayed! her daughter is divorced and will move on….its natural she dosent have to be alone!! some people!

Post # 12
1612 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

@Kacey23:  She’s an adult and can make her own choices.  Her parents should not have gone on facebook and said anything. Was it weird to take her daughter…sure.  Is it her right to do so?  Yes again.  Some people think its irresponsible to have people over for a few drinks (not a party mind you) with kids in the house and some people think that’s ok. 

Post # 13
9548 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

Doesn’t sound like that big of a deal to me. Certaintly not an “irresponsible parent”.

Post # 14
1021 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

@Kacey23:  I’m not sure I see the huge deal, either. I had great friends in high school that I’ve lost touch with. If they wanted to meet up I definitely would, and I’d bring my daughter. Granted, it wouldn’t be from a romatic standpoint, but I still don’t think this is too different.

I also don’t understand why her mom would post on FB. How strange.

Post # 15
7901 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort

I’m so confused by this. What is there to consider irresponsible? Is reconnecting with someone from your youth irresponsible? Or is there something shady about this guy that we don’t know?

Post # 16
841 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

@Kacey23:  I am so puzzled… I can’t figure out where the ‘irresponsible’ part comes in. Why is a 32 year old’s mother even concerned/posting garbage about her on fb? Sounds like a dysfunctional family to me.

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