What do you do when you and a girl like each other but she will not go out with you because her parents think she is too young for a relationship?
She probably is too young so if you both love each other then you can wait another year. You didn't mention how old you are, but if you are under 18 years old I can see her parents concern. They want her to get a good education and experience life and fear she will get pregnant and that happens a lot these days. I don't think it's anything personal with you. If you are at least 16 then you may try going to speak with her parents and see if they will allow you both to go out on the occasional date to a movie or such. It's worth a shot. I think her parents would respect you more if you dressed up (looked at least neat) were respectful and expressed how you felt and that you will follow THEIR rules. You spend time with her at her house with her parents there, until she gains their confidence that a short date like a movie or desert is OK. Be prepared to get to know her parents with the intention of developing their trust in you and your decisions. If you can't be mature don't even begin the relation ship.
Think about your values, and consider how important are loyalty, honesty, and integrity in a relationship? Talk with your parents and friends, because they will be able to help you think of other important things. Then keep an eye out for these things when you find somebody you like, for example you might like somebody but will decide not to be in a relationship if you value honesty and they lie to you.
What should you do if you like someone and they like you back but they are scared to go out with you because of their parents?
As it is because Indian parents think that they are best one to take decisions of their own kid SO they think to order them as they want..... if we compare Indian parents with the foreign parents they usually frustrate their ward and don't give them freedom and liberty to speak and ask for their demands,
firstly look at their relationship: from an unbiased point of view, do you think they suit each other? that's a good judgment of character. also, how much do you tell you parents about the bad side of your relationship? often, we complain more about our partners than we do praise. lastly, it's up to you! not them! :)
When her parents know how much you and their younger daughter like each other and your families are close but they truly disapprove of a relationship wouldn't they try to break it up?
I think most of them would because most parents think that teens are to young to have a girl friend because they are still a kid. But some parents think that a kid who is a teen can have a girl friend because they are getting older and turning double digits. But no if two kids like each other their parents will not break it up . Love only happens once in a life time…
well, if you are mature enough. if you think you are mature enough for a relationship, go ahead. just make sure your parents know and that they can take you to the movies and everything! just be sure that your parents understand and that they know about your relationship, because if they find out, they can get mad at you for lying, but if you tell them, they with it ( probably )
If you broke up a year ago and both have someone new but think of each other and have vivid dreams of each other and ask mutual friends how each other is getting on is the relationship really over?
Because if you do not listen to what your mate says they may think that you are not interested in what they feel and may think that you don't like them anymore and the relationship may crash because the mate may have thought that there is no chemistry and may think that you where not meant for each other...
Do long distance relationships last? I personally think in that category it can but they sometimes don't. I think that it is good to have a long distance relationship because you don't see each other everyday and that is how you get sick of oneanother. I think that it isn't good sometimes because if you can't trust your boyfriend then he might be cheating on you. It is very important to have honesty and respect…
not all parents are strict. a lot of times parents are strict is because they want their child to be safe and they might think if they say no to the fun stuff then their child won't be in danger. other times they might think their child is a menace so they don't want to get embarrassed by you (no offense because i am a kid still). maybe your parents might even want you to…
when your the parents dont talk to the child about them being emo they dont understand but you need to talk to them When a parent is concerned about there child's (teen's) behavior they will ask why are they acting this (emo in this case) because they care about there teen. Other parents might not ask and teen's might think they don't care but those parents might just think that's nothing it's just a phase…
I think parents are more patience with their own children because parents want to know/feel what their child is going to do in next few minutes.not about other people's child Other people's kids. You know your own child so you know where the limit is but you show more patience with someone elses because you don't know them and their limits and don't want them to feel bad.
Answer Not much can be done to make someone's parents like you and to approve a relationship between you and their daughter. You might not want to rush them as you could be this girls first romance and maybe they aren't so worried about you as they are concerned about her. Maybe they think she's too young to get involved with a guy on a relationship basis and that's their right, she is their daughter.
Why not? Where is it written that in a relationship the male must be older than the female? As long as they are both interested in pursuing a relationship with each other, it shouldn't matter what their peers think. IE if her friends think she shouldn't date him because he's younger... that shouldn't matter.