Express your concerns: Talk to your daughter about your concerns and explain why you think it would be best for her to leave the relationship. Be specific and try to focus on your concerns rather than trying to control her decisions.
Encourage her to talk to a trusted adult: Encourage your daughter to talk to a trusted adult, such as a therapist, school counselor, or trusted family member, about her relationship. This can provide her with an outside perspective and help her to make a decision about what is best for her.
Remind her of her own worth and value: Help your daughter to understand that she is valuable and deserving of respect and happiness. Remind her that she has the right to be in a healthy and positive relationship.
Offer support: Let your daughter know that you are there for her and that you will support her decision, whether she decides to stay with her boyfriend or to leave the relationship.
It's important to remember that ultimately, the decision to leave a relationship is up to your daughter.
You can offer support and guidance, but you cannot control her decisions.
It may be helpful to seek support from a therapist or other trusted adult to help your daughter navigate this difficult situation.