Dating and meeting parents
In my book How to maintain a healthy relationship i said that most of the problems that happen in relationships result from lack of understanding of one another.
I say it's ok after a few months of dating (4 months, but maybe i'm slow, others around my table were saying 2-4 months) We came to the conclusion that girls will almost always want the guy to meet their parents first.BUT..also concluded that for some reason there's more "tension" when the girl meets the guys parents. And by "meeting" how do you define that, like running into the parents at the mall while on the way to a movie and just saying hi and hello and gotta run to the film lol (have done that before) or actually sit down and have dinner with'em etc. This is a guy's perspective as well IMO, the length of time does not matter.What matters more is how serious the relationship is and how long you expect your relationship to last.Anyone who’s fallen in love with someone of a different race knows the feeling when you first meet his or her family. You want to hide behind a door, yet still peak out to see what’s going on. On the one hand I didn’t want to appear resistant to meeting his family. I thought to myself, “I’m already the black girl.’” I knew it was one thing to be told your son is dating a black girl, but it was another to actually see his arms around her, to see him kiss her, to hear him say, “I love you.” “Baby, are you sure it’s the right time? About the Author: Guest Contributor Meet Mindful is the first online dating site to serve the mindful lifestyle.I can’t speak for everyone, but I do want to share my story so anyone entering an interracial relationship knows that meeting your significant other’s family can be a positive experience. I really liked him, but was afraid of meeting his parents, worried about how they might react. ” “Well, the obvious—what’s your family going to think about you dating a black girl? As part of that service, we’re bringing you a library of content from some of the most knowledgeable contributors in the areas of love and mindful living.