Perfectly said.Originally Posted by bada
I actually think your parents are being disrespectful of your sister and her obvious commitment to her partner, just because marriage isn't a priority for her for whatever reason.
Anyway, if they felt strongly enough about this, thy could put their foot down. But they haven't, so I guess they really dont care that much.
Respect is a two way street.
And if they're staying there regularly, it obviously isn't a big an issue as you think it is.
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14-02-2012 09:58 #21
14-02-2012 09:59 #22
Though it was pretty funny when I went & stayed at my dads place when I'd lived with my DF for a year and I still felt SO awkward sharing a bed with him in my dads house we booked into a hotel first thing on the second morning!
14-02-2012 10:03 #23
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14-02-2012 10:14 #26
Yep disrepectful and not even nessisary to boot. The Bf has his own place so it's beyond disrepectful when there is clearly an alternative to what they are doing!
As for my DD's yikes! I don't even wanna think about it.
Definititely NOT at 16 that's for sure!! 18 i suppose (and never under my roof).
But i hate the idea of it at any age tbh
14-02-2012 10:19 #27
14-02-2012 10:39 #28
So disrespectful! She needs to grow up and learn some respect for your parents. Her bf needs to start showing some respect to. By the sounds of it your parents need to get tougher on her (even though shes meant to be a adult).
14-02-2012 10:49 #29Member
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Yes totally disrespectful.
No one should be made to feel uncomfortable in their own house!!
I would probably let DS have someone stay over if he was in a long term relationship and her parents knew and were ok with it from 16-18 depending on both their maturity levels. DP may however have something to say about that!
14-02-2012 11:02 #30
Very disrespectful. You don't go to someone's house and ignore their wishes. I would be telling her if it happens again, no more sleepovers.
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