Is it ok? Stepdad demands tween Stepdaughter to call him "Honey" in public, home, and via texting.
Stepdad won't allow for him to be addressed by any other name not even his first name. Been in her life for 8 years. Mom sees no wrong and encourages it. My daughter gets punished for not addressing him by the name "honey". He is currently trying to be alone with her more and more along with telling her not to tell mom or I about certain things. Also monitoring daughters texts between myself and my daughter and won't allow daughter to delete messages. Anyone else see what I've been seeing lately and as a father do I have reason to be concerned.
Red signal. This isn't good. In fact, there is something quite suspect about this stepdad. Please take your daughter out of this environment before it is too late. Stepdad is acting inappropriately. First, he demands to be called honey by your daughter & then he wants to be alone w/her. If you love your daughter, GET HER OUT of this environment. This stepdad is a predator & up to no good!
Thank you for your amazing answer. Thank you for validating what I, the SMom, have been noticing and conversating with my husband about. I'm a mom also and the red flags waved just as they would with my own children. Thank you
Thank you for selecting my answer. The stepdad seems to be a predator. He is taking steps regarding the daughter. I smell a snake. This is how molestation occurs. The first red signal is demanding that the daughter calls him honey. Honey?!
You cannot be serious! The only thing louder, clearer or more obvious would be for this sick bastard to wear a neon sign around his neck, flashing, "Pedophile!!" If your daughter must associate with this girl, make sure it is at your home....or if elsewhere, that you are there.
Every single thing you have shared leaves my blood ice cold!
A++++++, I thought the same thing. This is a RED FLAG! Get this child OUT OF THAT HOUSE!
Grace.....Not to mention that it's pretty clear we have a mother (?) here who is without a doubt, deaf, dumb, blind & clueless!! Seems to me that Grandma or a family member needs to step in for this child!
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