The fact of the matter is, most people spend very little time researching and getting to know the other person before they start dating them, they just jump into the relationship. They have fears of unwanted pregnancy, date rape, drug use, physical abuse, or simply having their children get a needless and unnecessary broken heart.Carolyn commented that her response to her parents’ dislike of her boyfriend was to ask other people what they thought.
How will he call you up for pussy if you go off and find a boyfriend? They are either all over you, calling you, asking you out and wanting to be with you 100 percent -- or they just aren't that down. The best thing you can do is to sit down with your parents and calmly, with great respect, ask what it is they don’t like about your bf/gf and what you can do to lessen their fears and objections. They will appreciate your desire to learn from their wisdom and respect their point of view.Another question you could ask them is, “What should my bf/gf do to win your trust? Remember, most of the time they are right and who wants to gamble with the few times they might be wrong, just for the sake of having a bf/gf.They [my parents] said he lied, cheated, and I shouldn’t be involved with him. So I thought about what they said and talked to more people.The more people I talked to, nobody wanted us together. Chances are, your parents have more wisdom than you do and it’s a good idea to take their advice. It only shows them you are too immature to be in the relationship they are so worried about.