Having trouble with Boyfriend/Girlfriend's parents excepting you are together?
Posted by eminem on 7/17/2009 at 8:33 PM
Hi, I am needing some help with how to deal with my boyfriends parents excepting that we are together. They seem to think the relationship is to intense and they want the relationship to cool off but we don't want to cool things off because we are happy. I want them to back off a bit and that is what he wants. I want to know how I can maybe get them to back off, I have tried talking to them and they just won't get the message. They are giving us phone limints and we only get to talk 4 half an hour a day. I just want it to stop. I need them to understand that I love him and they are no help andthey re ettig in te way. They ae just being plain pazessive.
If u have any advice or u hav a storry to share, feel free to post it here. I could do with some help!
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Re:Having trouble with Boyfriend/Girlfriend's parents excepting you are together?Posted by Thrill Seeker on 7/28/2009 at 1:38 AM
The same thing happened with my sister. So she ran off and got married and never told anyone in the family until it was already done.
Re:Having trouble with Boyfriend/Girlfriend's parents excepting you are together?Posted by savvysoulfulmimi on 7/28/2009 at 1:26 AM
Oh Tia sarah has a point. since you guys are teens have your parents talk.
What's worse is that I am a legal adult and my ex's parents tried everything to break us up and after over a year it worked because they threatened to kick him out of the house. He won't admit it to me but i know that it was their fault we split.
Re:Having trouble with Boyfriend/Girlfriend's parents excepting you are together?Posted by Thrill Seeker on 7/18/2009 at 8:03 PM
Hi Tia. How have you been? I had the same problem with my boyfriend. You should have your mom talk to his parents and reassure t3em that everything will be okay between you and him. That is what I did.
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