i would keep away from them while im with her because family is good but nt for everything and letting choosing them over the one you love is a rookie mistake and your not really understanding what a relationship is. or the person your talking about isn't understanding.
Sweet niblet's! lol that is easy. My love, cause I have enough wisdom and common sense at 24 to decide on whether someone is good or bad for me in the long run. Plus my parent's shouldn't judge anybodies love life until they fix their own. Can I get an AMEN? I mean their opinion will be heard and filed lol, but I have to live with that decision not them.
Unless it is something like Romeo and Juliet I would go with my parents On this one. If they, as my parents that raised me as a child, didn't like the girl I was with then there are some obvious reasons and they don't think she is the right one.
if my mom knew i was gay befor she died she would prob want me with a boy she deemed worthy. Fun tip my mom kicked the shit out of my dad and my sisters dad when they stepped over the line she was not a push over so i would be too scared to go against her will.
My mother is not the type of person that would hold a grudge against my girlfriend, unless she had a good reason to. If she makes me happy, my mom is also happy.
So if my mom didn't like my girlfriend, like I said, she probably has a good reason. I'd investigate, and if my mom did have a reason, then yeah I'd break up with my girlfriend. But if my mom's behavior was unwarranted, I'd choose my girlfriend and probably distance myself from my family for a while.
I don't get along with my parents, so that isn't even an issue for me. Even if I just met the girl, I would chose her over my parents.
This is my theory (because I've been in this situation before). I value the opinions of my family and friends BUT their opinions do not and will not define my happiness. If my parents don't like the man I'm with, but he makes me happy and treats me wonderful, then too bad. They do not control my happiness and neither should your parents.