The problem is, she is exactly like my mother. Even friends have noted the similarities. Both of them worry constantly, are overly helpful and very judgmental. They both try to control my life and prevent me from having certain friends, who I believe they misjudge.
My girl reminds me of mom: should I worry? – Orange County Register
Let's say you meet the person of your dreams. The two of you hit it off, you start dating, and things go so incredibly well that eventually you decide to introduce them to the most important people in your life, your parents. Unfortunately, when this big introduction happens, your parents are less than impressed. But you love your new bae! WTF are you supposed to do? How do you proceed after realizing your parents don't like your boyfriend or girlfriend? Well, in a recent Reddit thread, women shared advice for how to deal with it based on their own personal experiences, and it's pretty genius.
If Your Parents Don't Like Your Boyfriend Or Girlfriend, Here's How To Cope, According To 7 People
When you're in a relationship, having people close to you who don't like your partner can be an absolute nightmare. Even the slightest tension between your partner and someone at your office happy hour can make your life difficult — and if it's a close friend who doesn't like your partner, it's even worse. But for a lot of people, the worst case scenario is your partner not getting along with your family.
Growing up, Ana Stanowick's mom would often bring home a new coffee mug to add to her growing collection. While the University of Arkansas student has always found her affinity for mugs to be charming, her dad didn't exactly feel the same way. After the couple divorced four and a half years ago, Stanowick's mom, Jodi, and her massive mug collection were ready to find a new man. And it looks like she hit the love lottery the second time around.