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You can't help who you fall for (that's the best part about love, IMO).It certainly puts me in an odd predicament: I don't want to compromise my romantic desires just for the sake of appeasing my family, but I've also grown tired of hiding the guys I'm dating from the people I love. So, I'm left with the question: How much should my family impact who I date and the decisions I make in my love life? In other words, don't totally base who you choose to date on whether or not you think your parents will like them.
(Or your lack of dating life.) They birthed you but they also helped birth your foundational skills, beliefs, and habits.
The biggest takeaway here is this: As your relationship gets more serious with your SO, you should be as open and communicative with your parents about him as possible.
Share the special things he does for you with them, and keep inviting him to be a part of your family's life.
One woman, the daughter of a hypercritical and demanding mother, recently talked with me about her recently-ended, two-decades-long marriage:"I still have issues with feeling capable and doing things right.
Unfortunately, I married my mother and was never able to feel competent in my husband’s eyes, either.
"On one hand, I understand where they're coming from.