It depends on your girlfriend. If she is a strong, independent woman, she'd likely be insulted if you asked someone else for permission to do anything with her. In an informal poll of my modern friends, most feel that it is degrading for a man to ask for permission or a blessing from the parents without first asking the woman.
If she is meek and controlled by her parents, you should probably ask them first.AnswerIt depends on your particular upbringing. In today's world, traditional or "old fashioned" customs such as asking a prospective spouse's parents for their blessing have gone "out of style". I believe it is a personal decision, however, you may want to consider how this decision will affect the spouse's parents. They will be "giving" their daughter to another man. They may not have control over her, however, her name will forever be changed (if the spouse agrees to adopting the male's last name). By "asking" the prospective spouse's parents for their blessing in agreeance with your decision will not only make you more confident to proceed with the actual proposal, but also relieve any stress you may feel by being rejected by her family. AnswerWhat's the purpose of asking your girlfriend's parents before asking her if she could(hopefully not) say NO. Therefore I think ask her first, shortly thereafter ask her parents together. AnswerAlthough nowadays it is rather old-fashioned, it's still generally a very nice and respectable thing to ask her parents for their blessings to propose to their daughter. It will show respect for her parents, and it will likely make her parents have a very positive (or more positive) view of you, which will be a very good thing if they are to be your in-laws! However, since women are no longer considered chattel and aren't truly given from the father to the husband, it's certainly not necessary, and thus you may want to ask for their blessings instead of their permission. Just use your best judgement, and best of luck! Answer%22>Answer">style="COLOR: rgb(0,0,0)" class="h2heading h2" name="Answer">AnswerDont you dare ask them after then they'll feel like what the heck is he asking me for now i mean but if you dot like your woman's parents then just ask her because their not the ones who are gettin married. AnswerJust my perspective on it... About 2 years ago my daughter found the guy she is now married to. She was 24 at the time so she had long since proven her ability to make good decisions on her own. After my daughter and her (then) boyfriend had decided they wanted to get married, my daughter asked my (now) son-in-law to ask my permission to marry her (I'm the Dad). I wouldn't have been offended if he had not asked, but I thought it showed a lot of courage on his part and respect for both my daughter and for me that he went ahead and asked. It got things off to a good start that he both respected my daughter's wishes and respected me enough to establish that he cared what I thought. My wife and I try to be good about not interfering with their decisions, but because my son-in-law asked permission first, we know that if we have an opinion to offer that they won't just blow it off - that they will consider it as they make their decisions. They still make their own decisions as a couple, but it's nice to know that from the outset both my daughter and my son-in-law trusted us enough to ask our advice and knew that we trusted them enough to make their own decisions. When I gave my "permission" for my son-in-law to marry my daughter it also conveyed to him that I trusted him - which I think was important for him to know. I am glad that he asked my daughter first. It would have been awkward otherwise - plus they were going to school 2000 miles away from us, so I had no chance to meet my future son-in-law until AFTER he had asked my daughter. I'm glad he asked me too though. It wasn't necessary, but it was a good move in establishing a good trusting relationship both ways that has paid dividends ever since. I should add a note of caution here. My daughter was 24. Had she been 17, I most certainly would have wanted to discuss it with the boy before he asked my daughter. At that age I would have felt more responsibility (and authority) help my daughter with such an important decision.
Personally I feel that asking the parent blessing shows maturity and respect. Trust me they will appreciate that you cared as much about their feelings as their daughters.
Only with her permission and with a condom.
This should depend on your parents permission. Some parents will let their children date at the age of 13, some make them wait until a later age. Usually grade 8 is a good grade to start dating.
Is this a trick question? They're kids, treat them like kids. This is a no brainer. (Yes I have had two ex-girlfriends with spina bifida)
Because its their child and the child is only in your care and nothing should take place without their permission!
Yes, one absolutely should have permission from the organizers of the fundraiser as well as from one's parents or guardian.
You have not asked a question- and in the US, you are no longer a child on reaching age 18.
no provided the parents permission
if both parents sign the permission slip.
If you are under age, you should first get permission from your parents to cut your hair.
I think you should tell them your not gonna do anything that innaproite . tell them that they could talk to him and his parents about what they think.Also don't date him until you get your parents permission
no, I think you should wait till you are 18. You might have a job and be self supporting but you should make sure you have permission from your parents even if you are 18.
You should sit down with her and her parents and tell them honestly and calmly. Be prepared for any reaction. After that do the same with your parents.how old is the girlfriend, first of all?she is 18.
As they're the legal guardians and want to know their child is safe, yes, they should be informed and permission should be requested.
U should go to the friends house or call the friends house and ask there parents if they can come with u.
You should loose it when you get married and you must get the permission of you parents,depends on your believes
I think at your reading level and with your parents permission you should.
They should get permission from their parents. Also many schools do not permit it.
not without your parents permission, but if they do, they should lose custody rights.
Only if she has permission from her parents. If she does it without permission from her parents, she really should wait until she is 18. She should at least try. She will change so much in the next couple of years and she doesn't want to do anything she'll regret.
The parents should get the court's permission in this situation. This is because, legally speaking, a child is entitled to the support of both parents.
yes of they have a brain Yes a 9 year old "Can" surf the web alone. The question is "SHOULD" a 9 year old surf the web alone. Only the parents of that child should answer that question. If the child has full permission from the parents, then sure. If the parents are unaware that the child is "surfing" the web, take a minute and talk to the parents. If the parents are saying "no" talk, find out why, maybe they are not understanding the benefits of "web-surfing"... What types of things are you looking up ?? Hope this helps.
It should be "May I ask you a question?" because you are asking permission to do so. will you make a question "how to write a question" cause i dont know how
Before asking your parents for permission to go on a road trip with a friend, you will want to have all your information ready. Your parents are going to ask a lot of questions, so be ready and have the answers. Be honest and calm.
Ask her to invite you over. You will soon find out, either by what she says (no not yet) or by what they say when you get there. If she loves you she will prepare her parents telling them you are coming over. Parents are normally ok about this.
I think you should leave that question to your parents.