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meeting

Posted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:40 pm
by Mr.Harry
Hi !!! Guys, is it important for you to make an impression on your parents with your partner???I hope you understand what I mean !!!How did you understand that it was time for meeting both with your relatives or partner`s relatives???How did it happen??Could you share?I remember that I introduced my partner to my parents in two years of our relationships. Don`t be in hurry and try to find out both opinions, I mean exactly your partner`s opinion and your relatives ,if they are ready for this meeting or not. Was you partner afraid of it?

Re: meeting

Posted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 11:03 am
by Max
good afternoon my friend! how are you? as for me, i am sitting in front of computer in my office and i want to sleep so much, because i had a terrible headache at night. so, it was very exciting for me, because it was my first meeting with partner's parents. (because this is my first serious relationsips). he invited me to his birthday party with his family. there were not only parents, but also grandparents, aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters. wow, i was shocked and i was shy so much, that sometimes i forgot their names. but fortunately everything have passed well.

Re: meeting

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 6:59 am
by Emmett
That's a nice question, in did. I think that if you're sure that you love your partner and want to spend the whole life with this person. As for me, I've understood that in several months and I think that I wasn't wrong, because we're already together for almost five years. We still love each other as it was just at the beginning of our relationships.

Re: meeting

Posted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:44 pm
by Cris
To all salute. That's an interesting topic) But I'll tell you so, I do not know what you would do if you met your boyfriend with your parents, but I would advise you to first tell them about your sexual interests if they do not already know them. Otherwise, acquaintance can turn into a terrible abuse, it all depends on the reaction of your parents. And at the meeting, try not to mention your sexual relations and not to squeeze each other, it's always painful for parents to tolerate. Also, I would advise my partner to do it and only then get acquainted with his parents. At me all was so, but my parents were not opponents that I was gay.

Re: meeting

Posted: Thu Nov 30, 2017 5:57 am
by Timmy
Mr Harry I want to say that your post is very common to that one I have already answered. :lol: frankly speaking I am not eager to tell this story but I can share it once more. I remember that my first meeting with partner's parents was also not so nice. Firstly they were shocked of us being gays. His mother even cried during meeting. Exactly there I understood that I would have never been accepted by this family. Ultimately in some time they accepted me and they simply understood that we love each other. Nowadays everything is alright.

Re: meeting

Posted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 3:28 pm
by Ernest
Be yourself, but within the bounds of decency. Do not pretend to be someone you're not exactly.
Remember that falsehood always causes negative emotions. So, try not to show your excitement. Gather your thoughts and do not be afraid. Remember that the guy's parents are ordinary people who will not cause you anything bad. Behave as naturally as possible. However, you do not need to put on the mask of let loose uninhibited, because your game will be unsuccessful.

Re: meeting

Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 4:51 pm
by Diego
I think that you should not talk too much. You can "throw" an interesting topic, say a couple of phrases, and then listen carefully, what his mother says, from time to time inserting a few words. Do not argue! Older people sometimes like to provoke young people into arguments, because of this there was not one conflict.he public display of tender feelings is a sign of not too good upbringing. Do not hug and kiss your boyfriend in front of his mom. But you do not need to break out indignantly if he wants to cheer you up with a handshake or hold him by the shoulders Do not lean on alcohol! Do you think this will help to relax? Sometimes - yes, but only if you manage to stay on one glass of wine.

Re: meeting

Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:42 pm
by Howard
You really like your boyfriend, and you want his parents to like you too. This usually signals a big step in your relationship. You may feel nervous and excited at the same time, but with a little planning, you can still make a good impression. Be on the conservative side. Avoid wearing anything that shows too much skin, shows your tattoos, or is too tight. You want to look classic, polished, and well put together. Looking sexy may work for a date night with your boyfriend, but it will not impress his parents.Avoid wearing clothing with language or images that may be offensive.

Re: meeting

Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:01 pm
by Brown_Wolf
For me, meeting with parents is a big challenge. I haven't intorduced my boyfriend to my mum and dad yet as they asked me not bring my boyfriend to their house. Every time when I talk about him, my mum starts crying. As for my partner's family, I had a lunch with his mum and dad several times, and they seemed to be nice people. I liked them, and they liked me. I think all depends on what kind of people your or your partner's parents are. Of course, I love my mum and dad, but I won't let them ruin my relationships with my boyfriend. My only advice is to let everyone be who they are.

Re: meeting

Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:02 am
by Max76
Soooo... I even don't know how to say it ultimately.. I just want to forget my meeting with his parents and to be honest I am a little bit tired from such type of conversations . So listen to it :)))))It was time for the first meeting with my boyfriend's parents. And I was positively ready for new and friendly meeting. Besides when they saw me they were extremely shocked. Moreover it it turned out that they didn't know about his orientation and then they saw me. They tried to do everything to end our relationship... Could you imagine it?