What would you do if, you were dad's little girl for 29 yrs and then he gets

@dhicks30 (1948)
United States
November 17, 2006 7:02pm CST
remarried. And you are not his little girl. What do you do??
8 responses
• India
20 Nov 06
Leave home and live on your own
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@dhicks30 (1948)
• United States
23 Nov 06
lol Thank You for your response.
• United States
18 Nov 06
At 29 years old, you should be mature enough as an adult woman to not hold jealousy issues against your step mother. You should celebrate the fact that your father has found someone to love and that will love him in return. I just wish my own father was as lucky as yours.
@dhicks30 (1948)
• United States
18 Nov 06
She is not my step mother. My dad had an affair on my mom for a year. a week after the papers were sign. He was married. and then she moved into my moms house. So the live I had with my mom and dad is over. I'm not jealousy, I'm mad.
• United States
18 Nov 06
Honey, first of all, if your father is married to this woman she is legally your step mother regardless of whether or not you like it. In my opinion and I apologise if I offend you, but as an adult woman you need to stop thinking of yourself and think of your father. Apparently he was unhappy in his marriage to your mother, that is why most people stray. I personally don't agree with cheating, I feel that if you even want to then there is definitely something wrong in your relationship, either fix it or end it. I agree that he had gone about things the wrong way but honestly...think about his feelings first before yourself and as an adult try to understand his reasonings.
@dhicks30 (1948)
• United States
20 Nov 06
I love my dad. and I have stand by him, though this all. I'm the only one who has. But it hurts when he forgets about me. And I stand by him. Well he call and we talked about things. All is well. And he understands, and we both said we were sorry.
@doshijs (343)
• United States
18 Nov 06
THE BEST WAY TO STAY DAD'S LITTLE GIRL EVEN AFTER MARRIAGE IS TO CALL HIM EVERYDAY AND MEET HIM IN THE WEEKEND FACE TO FACE AND TALK ABOUT EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING AND DON'T MAKE HIM LONELY AT ANY POINT OF TIME
@dhicks30 (1948)
• United States
18 Nov 06
Let me clear this up alittle. I guess I should not have used the words dads little girl... When I got married, My dad called just to say HI how are you ? How are the kids? If I had something broken he came over. To fix it. But now he never calls. If something is broke, he can't come over and fix it. Cause hes to busy. So I should of said What do you do when your dad is to busy with his new family. I just think he forgets about us thats all.
@camo26 (1418)
18 Nov 06
Sounds like your going to have to accept it but be sure you have a heart to heart with your father and makes sure he knows about your feelings and veiws on what he has done just generally let him know how you are feeling about this sudden change i am sure he will understand where you are comming from and if you were dads little girl im pretty sure you always will be ;) Hope you find the right answer
@dhicks30 (1948)
• United States
18 Nov 06
Thanks, I'll try it.
@sbeauty (5870)
• United States
20 Nov 06
Be happy that Dad has found someone to share his life with and get on with your own. You don't need a daddy any more. Just be happy that you still have him. Mine has been gone for over 20 years now.
@massaj03 (4372)
• United States
19 Nov 06
Actually I would have to be put in that situation to tell the truth, but I would like to say I would accept it, and face reality. I would want him to be happy as well.
@succed (879)
• United States
18 Nov 06
get over it, your not little girl anymore anyway! Grow -up!
@Grandy3 (81)
• United States
18 Nov 06
You're not a little girl any more, Honey. Your entering middle age. There's a part of your Dad that will always hold you in his heart as Daddy's Little Girl, but you're a woman now, and it's time to grow up and get on with your own life, just as Dad seems to be getting on with his. Don't make the mistake of making his new wife your enemy. Give her a chance, you might just like her! Muggs & Hugs, Grandy3