If she talks a lot about it I would listen, but encourage her by reminding how important it is for her to maintain her own life, goals and objectives. But maintain your parental role by continuing to encourage her to be happy with herself, focus on her grades, sports and all the things which make her lovable, so she doesn’t lose sight of herself due to her strong feelings for him.
I’d also recommend these words of wisdom to your daughter, “You have to love yourself first and foremost and you do that by not letting any boy be the center of your universe.
If you've been with your partner forever, and I'm talking "pee with the door open" forever, boundaries might seem like the punchline of a joke meant for new couples. There are boundaries you need to set up in every healthy relationship.
They're not just how your partner can or can't treat you.
If one partner needs space when they're upset, that's an important boundary to acknowledge.So her emotions may go up and down with everything he posts.As a parent, social media is something that you have to adapt to.This boundary comes down to respect, and it's all about personal preference.