She lives with him. He hasn't said yes but he hasn't said no either so for now it's not a massive problem.
Ah okay. Well I personally live with a parent who's the same way, imposing limitations on me that are kind of pathetic considering my age/independence level, so I understand having house rules that other people of the same age can't relate to. It's not really her fault. Whether you want to deal with it or not is entirely up to you.
I don't WANT to deal with it per se but she's special and I will if I have to.
Ha I worded that wrong, I don't think anyone would particularly like to deal with it (even she probably doesn't want to deal with it but has no choice but to), I really meant whether you'd be WILLING to deal with it or not is up to you.
Yeah exactly. She's a special one though so I'm up to the challenge
I just talked to her a bit and she says she's been burned in the past by jumping into dating so he's helping her decide when to date me. So it's not so much that she needs his permission I guess. It's just that she doesn't trust herself and values his opinion
Aah I see... hmm this is a difficult situation, I don't think you can do much honestly. You just have to show them both that you are worth dating I guess:)
Yeah, you're right.
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Dude I'm not the girl lol. I'm the one who wants to date her
Eh it''s more complicated than that. She lives at home because of a physical disability so it's not really about her maturity. It's more about her dad's stupid rules
It would still be "thanks but no thanks". If it's a physical disability, her father isn't being helpful if he continues to impose limitations on her.
I completely agree. If this were any other girl I'd be running the other way but this one's different
Fair enough. That's really unfortunate. I appreciate that her father wants to protect her but I think the most important thing to for those with physical disabilities is to give them independence and from what you've said, her father sounds like he doesn't want her to try and be independent.
Yeah definitely I agree. I imagine it's not hard for her to give that independence up either. She has very low self-esteem and self worth issues. I've seen a big change in that though just in the 2 months we've been talking through text so hopefully he'll see her being more independent and let her go.
Sure that'd be great. Feel free to pm me
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