Do you think it's fair for grown children to interfere with their parents' dating life?
I'm talking a widowed or divorced parent, obviously!
There's no reason you can't give your opinion, if they ask for it.
I don't think it's fair to "interfere" with their relationships however. They are an adult who should be free to live their life the way they want.
Nope. As the children are grown, the parents should no longer have to compromise their dating life for their benefit. Further, the children should realize that their parents most likely have compromised for them substantially in the past and deserve the chance to be happy now that they have more freedom to be. Of course this is assuming that there are no extraordinary circumstances like an abusive relationship, where children interfering would be only a good thing.
Sure...paybacks for those teenage years!! And later on, they get to pick into what nursing home Ma and Pa go!! The Circle of Life on Earth That Is!!
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