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Woman asks if she should tell the mother of her daughter's ex about his possessive behavior.

Woman asks if she should tell the mother of her daughter's ex about his possessive behavior.

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When parenting teenagers, it can be difficult to draw the line between protecting your kids and letting them draw their own boundaries. The lines become even more blurred when dealing with the questionable behavior of other people's teens. Is it your place to call them out, should you contact the parents - or is it best left alone?!

In a recent post on the Am I The *sshole subreddit a mom asked if it was wrong to contact the mom of her daughter's ex-boyfriend, due to his emotionally manipulative behavior.

"WIBTA for contacting the mom of my daughter's (15F) boyfriend (15M) regarding some concerning behavior and messages?"

To kick off the post, OP shared that both her daughter and the ex-boyfriend are just 15-years-old, and their relationship largely consisted of hanging out at the mall.

"So my 15 year old daughter is in her first "serious" relationship with a boy she was friends with before they started dating. I put serious in quotes because while they spend time together frequently, they are only ever alone in public places like the mall. My daughter and I have a good relationship and she has shared that they haven't done anything more than kiss at this point. I am not naive enough to think they couldn't be doing more, but my daughter has given me no reason to mistrust her."

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