Asked in Parenting and ChildrenTeen DatingSelf-Esteem
Parenting and Children
Can your parents legally tell you who you can and can not see after you turn 18?
Asked in Women's Health
How can your parents check to see if you are a virgin?
Asked in Children and the Law
Does a child have the legal right to say they don't want to see their grandparents?
If you feel very strongly about not wanting to see one of your grandparents, try to talk to one of your parents or to both of your parents about this. Tell them what you want and see what can be done. If you cannot manage to talk with your parents about it, try discussing your concerns with another adult, such as a relative, a friend of your parents, a teacher, a religious leader, or a counselor. Legally it is your parents who decide who you can or shall see.
Asked in Parenting and Children, Teen Dating
How do you apologize to your girlfriend when you told her you would see her but you dont because of your parents and she takes it to heart?
Asked in Federal Laws, Children and the Law
Can a sister have vistation rights for her sisters?
Asked in Teen Dating, Wedding Engagements
How do you tell your parents you want to get engaged if you are only 16?
You are a minor at 16 so marriage would be out of the question, but, you could be engaged legally as there is no law preventing that. The shock method to parents seldom works and if you both love each other and are mature for your years then a good suggestion is to have your fiance take your ring back from you; go see your parents and ask if he can become engaged to you, but that you both want to graduate and get your education before marriage. After you turn 18 you are free to do as you wish.