If your husband is a real good guy then it's just going to take time. I have an Asian girlfriend that married our Caucasian friend and her parents were furious and wanted her to marry an Asian man. Our friend sure changed their minds in time and they just love him. He is very good to her parents. Be patient. You can ask your parents over for dinner once in awhile and let them get use to him. If she doesn't conform for your sake and he's a good guy, then you married him and you should stand by him. You only mentioned your mother so I wonder if she is upset that you are married now? Sometimes mothers feel like they are losing a daughter and find the change in their lives hard. It's called, "the empty next syndrome." Good luck Marcy One thing you could do is change all the things she didn't like about the spouse into things she does like about the spouse. For example if the spouse drinks and she doesn't like that, stop the spouse from drinking. This will work only if the spouse will change everything about themselves to meet your mothers expectations. Of course this will never happen. Also it is unlikely your mother will change either, especially if the things she doesn't like about your spouse are true. If you mom does not accept your spouse and continues to not approve of the marriage then either she is right and won't accept ever, or she is wrong and only time will know the outcome. It sounds like controlling behavior runs in the family, so just don't worry about it.
A marriage is a Covenant, it is not something that you sign up for. It is something that you accept and embrace.
A synonym for "to approve" is "to accept"
to know what your doing.....
The opposite is to approve, accept, or favor.
No Kristen DID NOT accept Robert's marriage proposal. D:
The opposite of complain are accept, support, approve
agree, accept, support, concur,
Condone = accept, support, agree with, approve of
Accept or approve it
The word 'approve' is a verb, to agree to or accept as satisfactory; to believe that someone or something is good or acceptable. Example sentences:Did the principal approve the field trip request?Mom doesn't approve of kids out after nine o'clock on weeknights.Both houses of Congress must approve the budget for the US federal government.The mother did not approve of the boy her daughter was dating.Congress did not approve of the President's aggressive war-plan, and vetoed the proposal.
No, the owner has to approve it.
You use "accept". EXEPT means in exclusion to. ACCEPT means to approve.
Yes, the word 'rejection' is a noun; a word for a refusal to accept, approve, or support something; the process by which the immune system causes foreign tissue to separate from or stop functioning; something rejected; a word for a thing.
You say "yes."
you get a message
No one has to accept such an arrangement unwillingly.
The nation wasn’t asked to accept or approve of the constitution only the delegates.
Antonyms may include admit, confirm, or approve.
To accept something as the truth means just that - to admit that something is a proven fact.
Opposites could include accept, allow, approve, sanction, ratify, select, or choose.
They use their hearts and their heads and they happily accept it. Others do not.