Each person has different situation, so it's hard to tell what you can do. If you can be a little nicer, more compassionate and a good listener, it may change their attitude, slowly.

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You can't. Just be yourself and they will eventually come to accept you. Understand that the 'acceptance' may not be exactly what you had in mind and will almost certainly vary from one to the other amongst them. Remember that these 'kids' were all adults when you and your beau started your relationship. Don't try to force some kind of relationship amongst them. Just let your daughter try to create an amicable relationship with them (particularly the 24 and 30 something ones) and let that go. One way to help 'break the ice' amongst the girls? Plan a party for your beau (B-day would be good) and have your daughter be a major part of the party planning asking her and the 24 year old to 'team up' to plan the party. Might work...

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They were counting on their father's inheritance to bail them out. You and your daughter spoiled their plan. Or they don't approve of you having a physical relationship with their father without marriage if they're religious. Or they think your boyfriend should reunite with their beloved mother. Why doesn't your boyfriend just ask them what their problem is? There's no way we can guess without any information.

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That's terrible! Those daughters aren't Living with him, are they? You'll just have to hang in there and be kind to them. Dysfunctional people or people who had to live with a parent like that can be a problem.<br />
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I was really lucky. My husband's kids lived with his ex, who was manic depressive, and they were happy to have a sane woman in their lives. My step-son still lives with his mother, but my step-daughter had lived with us for years.

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YOU...cannot make them accept you. at those ages its time for THEM to realize....dad has a chance and a RIGHT to be happy and they need to be cordial and friendly even if they never call you "mom"...if youre being kind and your daughter is being friendly....and making the effort to be accomidating to them....then dads selfish lil kids need to grow up. I mean REALLY???????42????.....life moves on and their father has the right to be happy and enjoy lfe.....if you are unable to wind them then the two of you need to sit down and discuss together how to handle it...BUT HE needs to be the one to lay it out for his kids and you need to lay it all on the table to your daughter

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well just be super-nice

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I'm 21 soo i shall give my limited opinion I think that you just have to both be your self you can't rush them into trusting you maybe explain that your not trying to take over the role of their mother becauseee i can tell you thats what they will be thinking.

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good luck

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