You love him, he loves you and the parents say no what to do, what to do?
Stuff the parents, if you two are happy together go for it!
well, ive been in this situation. so i feel for you. be real with yourself, is he the one? and are you ready and willing to possibly loose family support to be with him? these are all things you have to think about. if he makes you happy and treats you right then go further. maybe have a sit down with the rents and ask them why they do not approve. listen to what they have to say; keyword LISTEN. after you have hear their side tell them why you love him, and ask them to try to give him a chance. explain that you NEED their support. parents love stuff like that. nothing means more then to know your child needs and wants you be their side, let me know how it goes!
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