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Family & Parenting / 1 day ago Back To Top

As a parent what precautions would you take..

To make sure your young ones are not caught up in any kind of scam / fraud / grow friendship with people who might be bad through social networking sites?

- Asked by An Intellectual Guy, Male, 29-35
Family & Parenting / 2 days ago Back To Top

I have a problem. I need some advice.

A good friend of mine, David, recently died. He was survived by his wife, two sons (both in the military and stationed overseas), and a 10 year old daughter.

Here's the problem.

At the funeral David's wife and I were talking and she was commiserating that he was supposed to go to a father/daughter dance at the end of the school year. With both of the sons stationed overseas, chances are that they won't be home to take their sister to the dance.

So, should I offer to stand in for her father so that she would get to go to the dance? Would this be inappropriate?

I could use some advice. Thank you.



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