Just be yourself. Nobody is ever expected to love the in laws, don't go out of your way. If they don't like who you are, it's none of your concern.
talk about lessons when you are with them...and dont disturb him when his learning
Your bf will grow up to have a lot of personal problems because he's got parents who won't let him live his own life without interference.
I know it all to well. I am nearly 63. If I had my life to live over, I would have done exactly what I wanted to do, instead of what parents and friends pressured me to do.
Is he studying English? I can understand their concerns.
well, you will affect his studies.
the thing is, he would spend his time thinking about you, and not studying, his grades would suffer, i can see their point. maybe you don't realize that would happen.
Help him focus on his studies.<br />
Offer him sexual favors for high grades.
Help him with studies :D
You don't need to impress them. I've done that and anything I did didn't matter at all! You and your boyfriend should study well and support each other and be there for each other.
I would tell his parents that you respect their opinion and that you're grateful to hear that they care about their son BUT they should respect your relationship and in turn you will respect what they have to say about his studies. I hope I helped - good luck! x
go to college
To get married- go live together
Are you going to college? Is he? You could attend the same school & study with one another, affect his studies in a positive way. (affect is used when referring to the change you will or can cause, effect is used when referring to a outcome that took place) not sure if I explained that in the best way.. Effect & affect are tricky, they are really similar in meaning. Maybe google it. :)
Lemme guess...he is either the oldest child or the only child? You don't need to do anything. If they disaprove of your relationship, then that is their problem, not yours. You have done nothing wrong and you don't need to make up for it. Be yourself and let his parents grow up a bit.
You don't have any kids yet, if you age is correct. Your opinion of child rearing bears that out.
As a Father of 2 in their 20's now, I can tell you that there is a time when parents need to let go of their kids and let themm live their life alone. No one is born with parenting skills, we make it up as we go along. for the last 18 years, his folks have kept him safe, told him how to dress, how to respect others, fed him and made his life for him. At the moment, they still see him as that child to a large degree. The first one to leave the nest is the hardest because the parents need to acknowledge that they very soon will watch the child they have nutured for so long, leave! Give them time...