Questions to ask parents about dating
If they say no, or if it takes really long, pick the parent you're closer to and work on them. I would talk to her privately, and then she would talk to my dad without me there.
Source: Shutter Stock Chances are, your parents are going to want to get to know this person before they say yes. If you're not comfortable inviting him over to meet them, talk to them about him. But your best bet is to let them meet him themselves.
Unlike Hollywood, most teen romances do not have a happy ending so protect your daughter’s heart.
[Tweet This] There are definitely things I want to know when someone starts dating my daughter.
If your parents won’t let you date, and your crush really wants to ask you out, you’re probably on the verge of going insane right now.
I definitely know what it feels like to have really strict parents who won’t let you do what you want – when I was in high school, my parents were crazy overprotective.
While they never told me I wasn’t allowed to date, they weren’t exactly thrilled when I got my first boyfriend. I was (am) too stubborn, and instead of trying to talk things out to get my way, I yelled, cried, and snuck around behind their backs.
One secret Hollywood moguls know is that if they can get 18-year-old males to a movie, it will be a blockbuster. Because those young men will take their girlfriends with them to see it. Most boys will not go and see flicks girls want to see. The guys our daughters date/court/hang-out with wield a tremendous influence.
So, how much do you really know about the young man your daughter has a crush on?
But before you do something sneaky or get in a huge, blowout fight with them, read these tips on how to convince your parents to let you date. I know this sounds obvious, but seriously: don't bug your parents about this until there is someone in your life worth fighting over it for.