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Should Your Parents And Siblings Be Bothered To Whom You Get Married To?

  1. ngureco profile image82
    ngurecoposted 7 years ago

    Should Your Parents And Siblings Be Bothered To Whom You Get Married To?

  2. LadyWriter profile image76
    LadyWriterposted 7 years ago

    Well they should want you to marry an honest, caring, decent person who will treat you with love and respect, but if they don't like someone with all these qualities just because of their race/religion/age then you should tell them to MTOB.

  3. earny123 profile image75
    earny123posted 7 years ago

    Instinctively parents and siblings my like or dislike your partner but it is your overall opinion that counts as they are your future husband/wife and it's you that will be spending the majority of your life with them, yes your parents and siblings can have there opinion but they should be happy with you either way. Hope this helps. If you like check out my varity of Hubpages on my profile, Thanks Liam and Hannah.

  4. Chaotic Chica profile image79
    Chaotic Chicaposted 7 years ago

    SHOULD they be bothered? Not if your signifigant other respects you, cares for/about you, and honestly loves you.  Anything else is mostly irrelevant.
    Do they have the right to be bothered? That seems to really be the question and that answer is yes.  They are your family and most families care about one another and want to see their children/siblings in a happy, healthy relationship.

  5. swapna123 profile image68
    swapna123posted 7 years ago

    Yes. They will be bothered as they love you are care for you. They would definitely be concerned about your well-being. Whether you agree with your parents or not totally depends on your relationship with your family and how much you value their opinion.
    If you think you are mature enough to take your own decisions and are not bothered about what your siblings/ parents think of it, you can always go ahead and get married. Else, you can try to convince them why this person is perfect for you. Maybe their opinion would change.

 
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