My daugh­ter works as pros­ti­tute to pay her bills

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young and liv­ing in the mo­ment, and not think­ing about the po­ten­tial emo­tional fall­out in years to come.

I’d sit down with her as a friend and an­other woman and make her think about that.

What about when she meets the love of her life? And if she has her own daugh­ter one day – would she be OK with her sleep­ing with strangers for money?

Her ar­gu­ments don’t stack up – plenty of other stu­dents are in ex­actly the same sit­u­a­tion and they don’t resort to pros­ti­tu­tion. They work in fast-food restau­rants and in bars.

Your daugh­ter wants a quick fix and she likes the money, but if she thinks she’s safe, she’s not – it just takes one bad cus­tomer.

Tell her you’re say­ing these things out of love and that you’ll sit down and work through her fi­nances with her, but you want her to stop be­fore she gets so in­volved that she can’t get out.

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