Partner's son won't accept our relationship after death of his mum | The Sun

Partner's son won't accept our relationship after death of his mum | The Sun

I AM scared to move in with my partner’s son as he can’t accept our relationship and I don’t know how he will react.

He took the news of us being together very badly.

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I’m 42 and my partner is 45. We have been together for two years and get on well.

My partner’s wife died four years ago. I’m a childless divorcee.

My partner’s son is 17. We kept our relationship from him at first as we didn’t want to upset him.

I know he was close to his mum and devastated by her death but surely his dad has the right to be happy again?

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DEIDRE SAYS: Your partner’s son has lost one parent and now he’s worried he’s going to lose the other.

It’s hard for children to understand that, while no one can ever have another mum or dad, their parents can meet another partner without it meaning they didn’t love the first.


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