My friend is dating my little sister holiday dating tips

by  |  23-Oct-2016 08:48

I had a camera hidden in sister's room and I've caught her in the middle of studying.

She was comfortable on that lazy boy bean bag, maybe even too comfortable.

She said she thought it was inappropriate that I was going to lunch with a man, “who is also married.” She said she thought it would give the wrong impression and she was worried about my standing in the company if people got the wrong idea.

While I quickly corrected her by letting her know he is indeed my husband, and she seemed embarrassed by her error, the encounter left me a little annoyed and dismayed.

Well, on second thoughts there are people who’d still call me a baby and their number is more than two, but I digress again… In my experience of talking to, consoling and counselling scores of young people like you, I’ve observed that there are three golden rules of dealing with parents who are real tough nuts to crack, and I thought I’ll lay them down today, fuming as I am. And you have no idea about the power of that belief. Again, you need to choose the option that makes you the least unhappy: Option #1: Embark on a radically new life.

Have you noted that I said “dealing with”, not “convincing”? A life with the man/woman you love, a life of absolute freedom, but one which offers drastically lower levels of material comfort than you currently enjoy.

Boys and girls (and don’t demand to be called men and women. Of course the first step is to try to convince your parents. However, if it proves impossible, you need to take a stand – one way or the other. I’m sorry, but there are no ways of going against reality.

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