My oldest daughter 24 who was living with the family bought a condo and told me about it 3 weeks before she left. She has been with the family all her life and then out of the blue she gives me 3 weeks notice she is leaving. I have always had a good relationship with my children 15, 17, 19, 21, & 24 or so I thought. She is a teacher, tutors at Sylvan, and is in school getting her master's degree in school counseling. She did not tell me she had a boyfriend (age 20, works in retail 30 hrs weekly) and they have been together since October 2017. She moved him into her condo. I found out on social media he was living there. She introduced him as a coworker when she was moving her things out of our home. The week after they moved in, she bought him a car in her name and she insists he will make the payments. She said he pays utilities, internet, and she pays mortgage and HOA fees. The boy's father has been influential. He works at the school where my daugher teaches and she has come to look at him as a father figure. I tried to explain that no "father figure" or father will tell his little princess to live with a man after 5 months and buy him a car in her name and give him the downpayment. The father knew everything that was going on. No father would tell his daughter to live with a guy who never met anyone in her family. No father would tell his little angel to cover something as significant as the mortgage while the man covers utilites and internet. A father would tell his daughter to slow down and ask what the rush is. The young man is also accepting money from my daughter. I want my daughter to be happy. I think she is desperate for a boyfriend and is settling on this guy. All her friends are coupled up and getting married. This young boy likes to play video games and go to the movies and listen to rap music. When asked what they have in common, she says they like the same movies and music (and she has never listened to rap music). The boy stopped going to college so he "could work more hours." Just looking at this situation, it seems like a train wreck. Any insight is appreciated. It is always good to view things from more than just one lens.