How do you know?
Are there little comments here and there or something?
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Are you still concerned about Granny? Has anything new come up since your last question about this? Like do you have any reason to suspect more than you did before?
I think it's commendable that it's important to you to be accepted by his family. If it was me I wouldn't care what they think. Well, that's not really true. I would care because it's definitely better to be accepted. It's just that if I wasn't, I would stay with the person anyway.
Stories of Romeo and Juliet have been around forever. Unfortunately in all the thousands of years too many people still look at skin color, or ethnic background, or nationality, or social class, or all kind of things other than what they should be looking at, which is the person.
I think probably in any extended family there is at least one person who is prejudice against one group or another. Maybe it's too much to expect that every single person not have any prejudice at all. That's just the world we live in. I think it's changing, but very slowly.
I said before that it sounded like Granny was a little prejudice. But here's the thing. You guys got along well and it sounded like she is trying. She was probably brought up in very different times. She's not going to change over night. But as long as she is trying, that's what's important.
You just have to ask yourself if that's enough. Is it enough that she is trying? (I don't even know if it's granny you are talking about, or if you are just asking in general.) I said before that it sounded like Granny was prejudice and you didn't think she was. Now it seems you have some lingering doubts.
Even IF she or someone else in his family is prejudice, can you accept that? I know what you want, but can you accept less?
I also think you need to get your boyfriend to talk about this. He might not want to, but it's obviously something important to you. Just don't push too hard with it.2