His Mom Doesn't Like Me

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
When me and my boyfriend started dating his mom said it would be great if he went to the same High School as me. But one day she came to school with him because she wanted to see if his friends were a bad influence on him. So, of course i got nervous and when i get nervous i get hyper. Most of my friends are guys and I didnt hang out with my boyfriend that day because his mom was there, so I hung out with my guy friends. Now that came off to her as me being a whore and flirting with them. (Which i wasn't.) and me being crazy came off to her as me hiding my sadness in my crazyness. So, she told my boyfriend that she didn't like me and that she thought I was a whore and that I need help with god. She also told him that he cant go to the same High School as me.

What do I do to let him go to the same school?

RomanceClass.com Advice
It is definitely time for a one on one talk. Everybody gets nervous. The only way she can see the real you is for you to SHOW her.

I know this is going to be nervous - but call her up. Ask to come over to talk with her. Sit down and TALK with her. It is time for you to prove to her that you are responsible and that you are worthy of dating her son. The only person who can do that is you - and the only way you can prove it to her is to actually do it.

Take the responsibility. Talk to her in person, woman to woman.

Good luck!


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