Our expert says:
Something that you will need to help your daughter realise is that having a relationship comes with responsibilities, and this includes attending to the other important things in her life.
Its not about being obstructive but you may need to put a boundary in place whereby she needs to do her schoolwork and be respectful in the home if she is going to be allowed to see her boyfriend. I would also consider having contact with her boyfriend's parents to discuss the matter, as you may be able to come to a joint decision around boundaries regarding how often they see each other etc.
Hope this helps and remain clear that at 14 you as a parent have a right ad a legal obligation to parent her, so don't be afraid to trust yourself regarding what you think she needs in order to give her these important life skills.
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