Try using our app, Love Shopping List. It won't make the decision for you, but it will definitely help you make the best choice.
First, people are either open to understanding, or they're not. Relationships are pretty much the same - gay or straight. Also, stop trying to explain!
No, there's not an "appropriate" time. It's totally individual. I think people think somewhere around a year, but it's totally up to the individual person.
It's really up to the two of you. Many couples have separate accounts, and many couples don't . I't s just between the two of you. There is no right or wrong with this.
Simply tell him that if he continues to treat you that way, the relationship is over. Demand better.
When religious families get involved, it becomes difficult. Get some professional help with this so that the issue can be address in a sensible manner, and the two of you can move forward.
Lack of manners is a lack of class. Explain that to him. It will hinder him in life and in business. Try taking an etiquette class together.
If the two of you feel strongly, then you should go forward with your plans. The question you have to ask yourself is whether or not your parents are seeing something you are not.
You ABSOLUTELY need professional help with this one. There is no way you can handle this on your own. No, you're not just being old fashioned.
There is now VERY credible information and research that indicates vaping causes problem that no one every anticipated. My guess is that much more and much more serious information will be revealed.
It's called a "habit." Change is hard for a lot of people, even when it should be obvious that change would be better. People would often just stay with the familiar rather than switch to the unknown.
First, there's no sure fire way to know. People have tried to define what love is for as long as there have been people. Our app, Love Shopping List, is not a guarantee, but it will at least give you some idea about what's going on.
Be guided by you heart, but also educate yourself. You would benefit from talking to someone from the LGBTQ community. It's very hard to set aside old beliefs.
There is still much prejudice in the world about a lot of issues, and homosexuality is no exception. Just know who you are, and stay the course. Just show them the wonderful people you both are.
On one hand, he's 18. On the other, you are still his parents. It's not a question of old fashioned. It's simply how the two of you feel about the situation. Keep in mind that whatever they are going to do they are going to do.
Because they are putting their own behaviors ahead of yours. In essence, they are comparing what they do/did. Just be comfortable with who the two of you are and what you want to do.
First, she right about the research. Second, she's right about not wanting to be with you if you're going to destroy yourself.
just be a spectator. I assure you, it's not the first time she's dealt with this. I think it's great. The benefit to you is (if you stay with her) this will be how your gf looks at that age. Awesome!!
Here's a way to reframe. You may find it strange, but it works. Point out the women you think are good looking and ask him what he thinks.
These are cross-cultural issues. Many cultures are fierce about wanting children to exclusively date and marry those of the same culture. You are going to have to think with your heart. Yes, it's unfair, but it's your reality.
Hey, Bro. My gf says you keep staring at her. Are you and, if so, what's up with that?
The best advice I can give you is to seek out a local (or as close as possible) LGBTQ support group and seek the advice of others who have already experienced this. They will know best.
You do a deep dive into this person by going to one of the sites that will perform a very thorough investigation. You will have all the information you need to make a parental judgement.
Just be respectful. Breakups ALWAYS involve hurt feelings. It’s just a matter of how much.
Explain what you are seeing and hearing then ask her why she does that. Many people criticize things in others that they really don’t like about themselves.