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We eat condensed soup from a can–sometimes, literally from the can.
At least once a week, I’m too tired to cook so I let my kids “forage” for dinner.
I don't necessarily have a problem with these guys, but my family always does.
They pester me with questions like, “Why can't you bring home someone we actually like?
And unless a person is young age, nothing spiritually or emotionally good comes from dating in your teens.
I felt called to write about this because it seems kids today are dating at earlier and earlier ages.
My question is, I am not sure if I am just blinded by my feelings for Neil and that I am missing something that my family sees and I don't? HE SAID: First of all, I admire the courage you’ve displayed in venturing out to experience the world and grow as a young woman.
What do you do when your parents don’t approve or feel that the person you love/dating is the right person for you? And while I like to maintain a separation between church and date, I don’t think your culture can be entirely ignored here. So if your parents are super-caring and attentive, they’re likely to be overprotective.
Do you respect their wishes and find someone who is welcome at home and around your family, or do you follow your heart and stay with the person you love even if your parents may not attend the wedding? I’ve explored this concept before, in relation to successful women, but I think it applies to Judaism as well. If they’re intelligent, they’re likely to be opinionated.
If they’re the CHOSEN people, they’re likely to look upon others as NOT chosen people. Maybe he’s got a tattoo of a skull over his left eye.
Okay, so, maybe I’m making religion the unfair scapegoat for your parents’ judgment of your boyfriend, without any real context. There are some genuine concerns that parents can have about who’s dating their daughter.