I met a guy four months ago and we met six times and went out just the two of us twice. We decided that they weren't really dates but the next one would be. We chatted nearly every night and when I asked him if we are boy friend and girl friend, he said that we don't really need to say it but it just happens. So I am not sure if we really are together.
When I go out to meet him, I have been telling my parents, 'A friend I met at a party', when I usually say names or tell more information on who they are. So I thin they are getting suspicious. Should I just say a friend who is a boy and say his name? Or should I say I have a boyfriend when I am more sure of it?
Please tell me how and when you told your parents. Thank you.
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From what you describe it sounds like the getting to know you phase of dating. Even though you and him are friends it could turn into something more. I think it also depends if you and him are kissing and holding hands and doing pda then I think it would be more then friends. I think it's safe to tell your parents that he is just a guy friend for now. Maybe as time goes on he could be your boyfriend. And I think when introducing a potentil boyfriend or girlfriend to your parents is when you feel the time is right. I think it's fine to introduce friends to your parents. Of course parents will ask a lot of questions which could possibly scare away guys sometimes. But I think you guys could be a couple with time. You enjoy each other's company and enjoy hanging out with each other.0
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