Why are parents so strict about dating
If you're being abused in a relationship This isn't a subject that you may feel comfortable talking about, but in addition to calling the cops, also make sure that you connect with your parents about this — their support is going to be pretty crucial in making it past some of the more difficult aspects of this situation.3.
What type of people you're attracted to You don't have to get into nitty gritty details but blind dates and introductions to the children of co-workers, or the new intern in their office are a lot less awkward when the parental units are clued into what you like.4.
Some are more emotional, more easily stressed out, more likely to get upset or angry, to yell or cry, or express themselves loudly.
Most parents want to be supportive of a daughter who is pregnant (or a son who got a girl pregnant), even if they are angry or upset at first.
The exact reasons why you're dating someone I think we're all guilty of dating someone for a shallow reason and then having it blow up in our face.
If you think your parents might fall into this category — for example, if they have a history of physical violence — read the section on "Protecting Yourself" at the end of this article. Some will listen and be sensitive to your feelings. For instance, if a parent yells, you'll want to be prepared so you can keep the conversation productive and resist any urge to yell back. Lots of teens are surprised at how supportive their parents turn out to be.
So even when I went through that crazy period of staying out until 3am and sleeping past noon, they never really questioned what I was doing or who I was with, trusting instead that I'd abide by their limited rules (no being brought home by the police, no needing to have an ambulance or the fire department called, and no getting involved in internet porn).
With all of that said I knew instinctively that there were some things that they should have known about my dating life, even after (especially after) I got old enough to be considered an adult.
It can help to think about your feelings ahead of time.
If you can't imagine expressing your feelings out loud, consider writing them down in a letter. A visit to your doctor's office or a health clinic is a must — not just for your health, but to get more information and discuss the realities of your situation.