I don't see why your daughter has to overcome self-consciousness or deal with endless questions and staring because of such a superficial problem, one that has a solution.I have heard testimony from kids who have had too-prominent ears surgically pinned back who say how great it felt to finally look like everyone else.On the other hand, I realize my husband's experience with minimal teasing is not common given his condition. A: You husband feels he made the right choice for himself.My husband says I shouldn't mention laser treatment to her. It would be interesting if you could rewind his life and see if his personality ended up being different if the birthmark had been removed, but you'll never know.Young marriage does put people at a higher risk of divorce.If your daughter comes to you for advice about getting married upon graduation, separate out what you say from your own concern about how good a stepson her boyfriend would be. Daughter Inherited Dad's Birthmark: Both my husband and our daughter were born with port-wine stains on their faces.
It was my ex-husband's longtime friend informing me that he had committed suicide and begging me to contact her or his girlfriend.
My daughter took a class from him last year on my suggestion. My daughter had met my boyfriend early in our relationship but was only just recently invited to meet her boyfriend's father—he is a widower of 10 years. I feel like all four of us are getting serious and marriage has been talked about between both couples as well.
While in that class she met and started dating a fellow classmate who decided to take the class because of a suggestion from his father. She was in shock when she realized it was the same man, and I still am after finding out. Is it considered a major social scandal to have your daughter-in-law be your own daughter? A: You two couples should have a double wedding and instead of the Wedding March play, "I'm My Own Grandpa." It would be amusing if your daughter and her husband became stepsiblings, etc. Both couples getting married would certainly solve the dilemma of deciding which in-law gets to see the kids at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
I have taught her how to respond to this attention.
On the one hand, I would feel irresponsible if I suggest she gets laser treatment, because I would feel as though I'm telling her she's not "good" enough.