Luckily there are a few things you can do to change their mind on dating, it just requires patience and an openness to change.Introducing Yourself to Her Parents Asking Their Permission Proving You’re Responsible Community Q&A Though it may seem old-fashioned, some girl's parents may have strict dating rules which may include having to ask them for permission to date their daughter. I saw her on Facebook, added her, and started talking to her. pretty, funny, sweet, at the right age limit for me (she's 15 and I'm 17, my limit is 2 years younger / older), plays games like me... Anyway, so I got around to telling her that I liked her. But her dad, who works for UPS, drove by when we were sitting and talking; luckily we weren't cuddling or doing anything like that at the time. She got her i Pod taken away (which she and I used to text), she isn't allowed to play Xbox; she basically isn't allowed to do anything until school starts again (on August 15th). By registering an account you will be able to enjoy unlimited access to our site, and will be able to: So I met this girl last week. She can hardly do anything as is, so when I found out she wanted to sneak out just to see me, I was kind of shocked. We sat, talked, cuddled, and even kissed before we went our separate ways.I think she maybe needs to talk to her parents and come to some sort of compromise that she tells them where she is going, and who she is with and what time she'll be home at.Stick to this, and they will build up trust in her, and in time, become a bit more relaxed. It's bad enough that your girl/friend snuck out once and violated her family's trust.If you’ve met someone you really like, it makes sense that you’d want to date them.Sometimes parents can disapprove, especially if you're younger, which can make you feel sad and frustrated.
Before then, I would say between 12 and 14, I started taking an interest in boys but not in a commitment kind of way.
I'm a 16 , almost 17, year old girl and my parents won't let me have a boyfriend or go out for that matter.