Denise’s 24-year-old daughter met her girlfriend five months ago and they have decided to move in together. This is her daughter’s first serious relationship and her first move out of home.
Denise accepts it is her choice but is nervous about how quickly it is moving, and the fact the couple seem to be merging their finances at a rate of knots to buy furniture and household items.
Should she question the speed at which this is happening?
What really worries Denise is they are ready to make big financial commitments together so soon.
Should she talk to her daughter about her concerns?
Monica Dullard, librarian and comedian
Simon Kennedy Jewel, Ethicall counsellor for The Ethics Centre