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What should you do if a guy you know wants to out with you but you're not allowed to date and what do you do to get around your parents or do you tell him you can't go out?
If you want to be mature and you are only 13 - 15, then sit down with your parents and ask if they would consider dropping the both of you off at a movie and then picking you up. You may hate the idea, but you could get to see this guy and also let your parents get to know him, and perhaps they will trust him in time. The same applies if you are in your mid-teens. Ask him to come to your home on his best behavior and have him meet your parents. If he's a nice guy and they get use to him being there they may well see some good qualities in him. Try working with your parents on this because they are only looking after your safety because they love you. Give it a try. Don't be afraid to tell this guy your parents are very strict. A guy worth his salt will have no problem meeting your parents although it's uncomfortable for him. Good luck Marcy
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If you think it will upset them a lot, or if you are very young, you might want to consider not telling them. It's not that I am encouraging lying, but frankly, they have …probably figured it out. Telling them might just really set them off. You know the truth inside, and if just being quiet about it makes life easier for the time being, then there really is no harm done. If you are older and close to the time you'll be leaving home, or if you already have, then just mention it some time. Tell them you don't have the same faith that they have, and if they seem open to hearing more, then go for it. Ultimately you make your own choice when it comes to faith, and if they are troubled, assure them that it has nothing to do with how they raised you, and has nothing to do with loving them less. This is very important. If they try to engage you in debate, you have to stay focused and calm and simply DO NOT get into a debate or a shouting match. I don't know what your faith is, but something like the following might help. I was a Christian for many years, and this is part of how I dealt with my transition out: Mom, dad, you know that your religion teaches that faith doesn't come from ourselves-- that's natural faith. The faith it takes to believe is given by the deity. You don't get it by having people, even loved ones, try to force you to have it. That's not faith. Please be at peace. If you are really believers, then feel free to pray for me-- just don't try to force me. I understand if you want to believe that prayer will bring me around; I would accept that as one way that you show your love for me. But faith is something that a person has to come to grips with inside, and not by force. Answer: There is a secret most parents don't tell their kids. A secret kids never suspect. We can talk and listen to you like any other human on the planet. Just tell them - don't be a drama queen though. At the church door on the day of your niece's baptism would be a bad time. Same thing for telling them in the middle of a screaming fight over some other issue (Example: I hate you! I hate you! I hate you! I'm an atheist.) Enlist the aid of an adult to chair a meeting with you and them if you're afraid of a violent (emotional not physical) response. Face facts, you or they know someone that you both like and respect that is non-religious. A caution though - get your reasons in a row before you talk. Do you know why you think this way? Can you present your reasons in a clear and concise manner? Are you going to break down and cry if they get upset? However things can go south. If your parents will not listen and disown you you will have to make a choice to stay or leave, to recant and perhaps live lie until you can leave on your own. Welcome to the world of being responsible for yourself.
Sexual activity is a private act and does not need to be shared with anyone except your chosen (hopefully lifetime) partner. If you are underage, still in your teens, and you …feel guilty about losing your virginity, you can unburden yourself to a parent, but do so gently. They will not be expecting to hear this from you, but if you feel close enough to them, it will please them that you trust them enough to tell them. If you are planning on being sexually active, you may need their advice as to birth control and how to recognize sexually transmitted diseases.
they will flirt, try to make themselves look better/tougher around you when others are around, and you will eventually see/hear from them a lot more often
Most guys will follow the girl and get to know her. He'll act a bit shy at times. If you notice that he never has a negative attitude to you, he must really like you.
The easiest way might be to talk with which ever parent you feel most comfortable with. However, you might want to think about this decision for a few years before you decide …to ask for a circumcision, as it can not ever be reversed. Once you are of 18 years of age, you can consent to the procedure yourself, and you will not need to tell your parents. Circumcision is not a minor surgery, but as with any surgery, it still presents some major risks. The most common problems are infection and pain after the surgery. Other common complications after circumcision include decreased penile sensitivity and decreased pleasure during sex. Some men are dissatisfied with the appearance of their penises after circumcisions, and others complain that too much skin was removed, making masturbation difficult. Most of these complications are minor, but every year there are reports of major complications following circumcision. These rare complications include accidential damage and disfiguration to the penis. In the worst cases, multiple deaths occur every year following circumcision due to complications from anesthesia and bleeding. The best way to procede with weighing the benefits and risks of circumcision is to do some research on your own first, then make an appointment to discuss the procedure at length with your doctor.
You say that your free on Saturday night, or whenever, and that "we should do something together" if he doesn't get the hint then tell him flat out.
* First of all I dealt with the same issue all my life; I have wanted to wear diapers since I was five years old but was terribly ashamed. I would steal diapers and we…ar them whenever the opportunity presented itself. I was caught on more than one occasion but just couldn't come clean. It created an immense amount of inner turmoil that has lasted to date, now 40. I have only wanted to be allowed to wear them as any other undergarment, without shame or fear of being referred to as a 'freak' or 'crazy.' * You are not a freak, you are not crazy. If this is something that is as important a part of who you are as it is for me then you really need to come clean, for your own mental state. I have told a couple of good friends and my family and although they don't understand they have allowed me to be who I am without shame or ridicule. The mental relief is almost overwhelming. I have come to believe that it is just what makes us individuals, it is not immoral, nor illegal, and interferes with nothing but someones notion of normal or acceptable. * It is not normal to want to wear diapers. I suggest that you sit and talk to your mother and discuss this with her. You are not crazy, but you do not have a fetish and one that should be broken. * Let them know that it is not a sexual thing and doesn't have anything to do with pedophilia for the first part. * I think it is normal to want to wear diapers because some kids start to miss them or they just don't want to take the time to go to the bathroom. Young women might not want to wear pads or tampons so they want to wear diapers. You should just tell them the truth like I did with my parents and they let me get diapers. Its nothing to be ashamed of.
Three obvious thingsHe wants to tell you about himself but does not want to bore youYou have been pushing him to tell you about himselfHe wants to know what you ask, as this w…ill tell him about how you feel about him and where your relationship is going.
If someone asks you out how do you respond if you do not know if your parents will allow you to go out with him?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nCOLD SHOULDER\n. \n Awwwwww... \n. \nBe honest. If you don't want to go out with him/her, say "No thanks." If you would like to go out wi…th him/her, tell him/her that you'd like to, but you need to check with your parents. And then ask them. If they say "No," explain to him/her that you need to respect your parents' wishes. If he/she is a good guy/gal, he/she will understand and wait a while. If your parents say OK, have fun.
What should you do if your parents don't allow you to date but you have a boyfriend and you really don't want to lose him?
Trust Your Parents You do the only sensible and honorable thing you can do. You obey your parents. If your boyfriend really cares about you, he will… not push you to go against your parents, especially if you are young. If you are 13, 14, maybe even 15, you most likely are not emotionally and psychologically ready for the dating scene and your parents realize that. Many young people that age think they are very mature, but would not know how to handle certain dating situations. If you are 16 or 17, then you might sit down with your parents and attempt to get them to change their minds. In any event, you will thank yourself later for trusting your parents and obeying their rules. If you lose your boyfriend because you are not allowed to date, chances are he is either too old for you or he doesn't really care as much for you as you think he does. Ah no. I hate it when people say I'm not mature enough for a relationship, I know I'm not mature enough for many things in life, but not for that. Not every 14/15 year old is the same, meaning they can know about relationships as many other people, either from religion,loved ones, or just people you trust. Many people still don't believe me.... so fustrating. Please forgive me if I offended you. No offense was intended. Life can be very frustrating, especially in your teenage years. I have posted my response in the Discussion section of this question. To go there, just click on "Discussion" at the top of this box.
If you both like each other, you can date them out of school, and be very subtle during school. Don't date at all, or you can both know you like each other and hope it sta…ys that way until highschool or college. If your parents don't want you to date and you really like this person, just don't say anything to them.
If you're a girl and you really like your best friend who's a guy and everyone thinks he likes you and now he wants to know who you like what should you say?
Answer . The best thing is honesty and you could say something like:\n. \n"You know, we've been good friends for a long while, but I am caring about you more and more and …realize that friendship and love are the two best things you can have in life. I think they are one in the same thing. Do you want to try going out on a date and see where it ends up?" Put the ball in his court and if he says no, then you'll have to remain friends (you won't lose your dignity or be embarrassed) and there is a good chance he feel's a lot for you and there you have it ... dating!\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy
talk to someone you can trust, like a teacher or another adult family member
You might want to ease your parents into it. Start by saying something like "Guys, I will love you and hope you always love me and I am going through changes that are confus…ing to me as well as you" Then follow up with "I like wearing thongs and i want to continue wearing one and I hope you really understand and support me" Anyway, it's good that you are telling parents. It takes courage
There is simply no way you can get out of not hurting this person with the exception of being kind to him. Simply tell him you are either not ready to commit or you like him a…s a friend. Honesty is the best policy.
if i were you I wouldn't hid that from my parents because they find in normal and they don't forbid me from dating, but you should imagine how your parents were going to react…, if bad is it, you shouldn't tell it, or you should, that's your call this answer is different for different kinds of parents
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It all depends. If he would be nice to date him, and you either haven't dated before or just want to see how it would work out with him, then go ahead and date him. If y…ou're really uncertain, wait for him to make the first move and think about what really matters to you in a relationship, and if he fits most of those qualities. If yes, say yes. If no, sadly, say no. If you're really stuck in the middle, just say yes! It couldn't hurt one bit (theoretically speaking), and it always feels nice dating someone who likes you, especially if you like him. You may even start to crush on him. Wouldn't that be even better? But you won't know unless you try, so go out there girl!