This guy and i have been seeing each other everyday, except for today. Earlier today my mum asked me this question which I thought was kind of weird knowing i only know him for a very short period of time
mum: "who is this guy you've been seeing?"
me: "you know who he is"
mum: "yes but what are you guys?"
me; "idk mum. We've only known each other for what? Less than a week. I don't know what are we. Right now we're just two people enjoying each other company"
mum: "what if you fall in love with him?"
i didn't answer that question of hers cause i never really think about it that far yet. All i know now is that i like this guy and i really enjoy his company. I like to just go with the flow and see what happens and not think about these things too much.
Is it weird that my mum asked me that question? Is it too soon for her to asked me it?
i think she's afraid that I'll really like this guy and get my heart broken knowing that he's a foreigner. But its just too soon for her to be asking me stuffs like these dont you think?
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People usually project their own faults and insecurities onto you. If your at college studying she probably means if you fall in love it'll distract you from your future. She probably made the same or similar mistake with a man when she was younger and is trying to avoid you doing the same. Parents get a consensus about kids. The more you try and tell your kid to avoid something the more likely they will do it to spite you. Human nature.
Maybe that's why she's so vague about what she means.1
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