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Her Fiancé Keeps Pressuring Her To Send Her Daughter To Boarding School And Blaming Her For “Depriving” Her Daughter Of A Good Experience

photominus21 - stock.adobe.com - illustrative purposes only, not the actual child

This woman and her ex-husband divorced not long after they married. They share a 12-year-old daughter.

She and her current fiancé are getting married within the next one or two years. Her fiancé has a 13-year-old daughter from a previous relationship.

All her life, she’s lived in a small town of about 8,000 people in northern Sweden, just past the Arctic, and they all live there now.

She enjoys the area. Her fiancé wants to send his daughter to a Stockholm boarding school in order to provide her with a great education and a wonderful life.

Since it’s her fiancé’s daughter, she acknowledged that it’s his decision. However, she didn’t agree when he suggested that she send her daughter to the same boarding school.

“Apparently, ‘It’s not good for kids to live in a small town because they won’t have as many activities or fun,'” she said.

When she asked her daughter for her thoughts, she told her she liked the town they lived in and didn’t like the idea of attending boarding school.

In addition, she knew that she and her fiancé wouldn’t be able to see her daughter often. They live far away from Stockholm, so she’d only be able to spend time with her daughter over the holidays.

While discussing the topic, her fiancé tried to get her to change her mind, pointing out that there are tons of cool things for her daughter to do, such as concerts and art shows.

photominus21 – stock.adobe.com – illustrative purposes only, not the actual child

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