Most Helpful Guy
It all depends on how strong of a person you and your partner are.
I met my ex wife Jan 10, 1989. I saw her every single day until I went into the military on Feb 14, 1989. I came home May 27, 1989 and proposed. Needless to say, her family wasn't crazy about me. She was a senior in high school.
But I never ever let my family dictate who I dated, ever.
luckily, she didn't either.
eventually they came to see what an amazing man I am, because, come on, who are we kidding ;)
But it took time to show them that I was a gentleman and I loved their daughter more then anything on earth. I still do.
we were together 25 years and have 3 amazing sons.
If you want something bad enough you have to fight for it.1
Most Helpful Girl
Yes, it does, especially if I wanted to marry that person. I don't want to get married to a person with a toxic family or somebody who doesn't want to give me a chance to be suitable for their son. I grew up living in an environment with the family and or parents not liking my mom. It's hell. I don't recommend it, especially when that person is so close to their family. Love is not worth it for that reason. Love from afar is better than being selfish to stay underneath a person just because you want to.0