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And how soon do you expect to meet the other person’s parents and rest of the family? they ask me and us to meet people they are dating....... Man it's going to be awkward when/if they ever meet my future hypothetical significant other and they think we've been dating for years.
Unless you spend a lot of your free time with your parents..would you need to? I see that the reason to introduce someone to your family is if your going to get married. as there are various levels of family and also various type relationships. I recently married and still have not met my in laws (I husbands parents and siblings)... I already made the mistake of posting a photo of me and my valentines day date on Facebook where I'm friends with my family.
Is it the same way with other family members-whether it be at a family gathering function or just to drop in and say hi? I also wouldn't expect to meet my new date's parents until he/she brings it up or until we become exclusive. If I was 57, that would make my parents in their eighties.
And how soon do you expect to meet the other person’s parents and rest of the family? I would be very selective when and who I introduce them to.
I don't see the point unless I am getting married, engaged, or serious, you know.
Well my parents are both up in heaven, so my family consists of my sister's and brother.
Just remember when meeting the family to bring protection in case things get physical, you just never know nowadays what could go down.
I wouldn't introduce a date to my family, it's too casual a relationship. I've had my parents meet women I had picked up the night before at a bar.
on our third I was to meet him at home and he got held up....