I have a wonderful soon to be 17 year old son. he is dating a sweat 16 year old girl who I and our family really like. Most of the time, they are at our house, they watch movies in the living room ( alot of times it is even kid movies with my younger kids), on Fridays she is even here for "family night" ( plays cards, watches movies, pizza) ... I dont expect them to last forever ( although I also know that they could since me and my husband started dating when I was 15...the same with my mom and dad and even my inlaws - so it does happen) ... They are both good students, their grades havent went down, they arent out late, they are still good kids who happen to be in love.
the problem is her parents - They dont want her to date until she is 18, they say if she doesnt cut out my son they will kick her out & dis-own her. I have gotten several calls from them telling me that they will get the law involved if my son doesnt quit
Asked by Anonymous at 3:29 PM on Apr. 27, 2010 in Just for Fun
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:33 PM on Apr. 27, 2010
WOW, I think her parents are going to alienate her. I hope that she still is able to see him. The law will just laugh, these kids have not done anything wrong. How does the girl feel. I don't agree with them, they are micro managing, but as her parents and while she is living with them, they have a right to keep her from anything and anyone. Maybe she can get emancipated?
Answer by Anonymous at 3:34 PM on Apr. 27, 2010
I see nothing wrong with it.
HOWEVER........ you need to sit down with your son and give him TWO very serious bits of advice!
1) The second he turns 18 he has to be VERY VERY careful... NEVER be alone with her.... NEVER have sex with her.... NEVER do ANYTHING that could be thought of as negitive. Her parents are NUTS and he is taking his reputaion and freedom into his own hands.... they sound like the type that WILL press charges for anything and everything.
2) If this IS his true love.... does he really want to deal with her nutty parents for his whole married life????
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