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    An_256886 posted:
    Although not every night, my boyfriends 14 year old granddaughter who he is raising, asks for him to wake her when he goes to bed so that she can come sleep in the same bed. What would create her need to sleep with him - nothing appears to be weird, no inappropriate behavior and even a rolled up blanket is placed in the middle of the king size bed as a separation .. but why ? It has happened off and on for the past few years but it seems to be more so now that she is a teenager.
     
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    momuv4girls responded:
    Red flag!!

    Something inappropriate may or may not be going on - - but still this is not ok.

    Enabling this type of dependance is certainly not healthy for either one of them.

    -Kathleen
     
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    mariajohnson responded:
    This does sounds weird. I think you should talk to your boyfriend about this.


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