ok see im 16/f and my mom hates my boyfriend. like when we first started talkin she was ok then out of no where she hated him. then she changed her mind and let me go to his moms wedding reception. so we were ok. then he called me a fag on the answering machine(just playing around)she got upset he apologized and we were ok now she hates him and wont let him call my house, so he calls my cell. i love this kid and he loves me but shes messing things up. what should i do?
mauigirl answered Sunday June 19 2005, 1:52 am: first of all i think your mom's just worried about you. so tell him not to do things like calling you a fag in front of your mom, or anywhere she'll hear it (even if it is just in fun). and explain to your mom that this boy is really special to you and you're in love with him. mention sweet things about your relationship whenever you can that will make her see it for the posotive thing it is. [ mauigirl's advice column | Ask mauigirl A Question ]
karenR answered Friday June 17 2005, 11:23 pm: Sounds like you need to talk to her and see what she has against the guy. Tell her she needs to stop with the roller coastering because she's driving you nuts. :) [ karenR's advice column | Ask karenR A Question ]
br0kenPr0miiSes answered Friday June 17 2005, 2:25 pm: So she's mad about the fag thing? Explain to her what's going on. She must've been in love before, i mean everyone has.
luv2swim109 answered Friday June 17 2005, 1:12 pm: tell your mom the whole story and tell her that he is a nice guy. dont say you guyys love each other because like most moms they will give you a lecture about how you can love someone when you are your age. tell her the truth about the phone call and that he was just kidding.
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