If you see said person changing all of a sudden, not going out as much, maybe visible marks on her or any sort of signs that you can make out that seem slightly weird,then you can be worried.If I didn't see the signs though, personally I'd just ask the girl about it see what she thinks.For the record I support both of the aforementioned, the hypocrisy however, is evident. An age gap is an fundamental mental difference between people which can often lead to vast incompatibility, being of the same sex or of different races isn't.
Not only are you financially responsible for your son, but you also have control over many aspects of his life.It's up to you where he goes to school and who he's allowed to socialize with.If he has a history of only going for much younger girls, this is a red flag, don't get used and dumped.Also be very critical about his prospects, intellect, ambition, his job, because I have noticed girls over 25 are more realistic about wanting a man rather than a loser/manchild, so again make sure he's not looking for someone who will give him an easy life and allow him to never push himself. I would question what a 33 year old would be doing with a 17 year old?How would you feel if a trad Con said that homosexual relationships are wrong or that interracial relationships are immoral?
For the record I support both of the aforementioned, the hypocrisy however, is evident.
I would be worried, the maturity and income difference is going to result in a power imbalance.
A parent’s responsibility to care for her child and her right to control her child typically ends when the child turns 18.
If he refuses to follow your rules and is dangerously out of control, you always have the option to call the authorities.
This could result in your son possibly having a criminal record as a juvenile, however.
You are also responsible for providing your son with any necessary medical treatment.