Okay so my boyfriend and I are in a long distance relationship. His parents seem cool and everything but whenever he does something minor, like bad grade or didn't take out the trash they punish him by taking away his net privleges and therefore can't talk to me. IDK why this aggravates me because I guess I should be used to it. I know its the way they raise there kid but I'm frustrated, idk if its at them or him or myself, I just don't know anymore. All and any advice is great appreciates, thank you!
GradingCurve answered Sunday March 13 2011, 11:06 pm: Taking away his net privilages is definitely the most irritable things his parents can do if he really cares for you and they can blantantly see that. They have no other way to feel.... "parential" if they can't do something that fustrates the people that close to him... Is he a typically a bad person thoug? You know... staying out late, drinking, cussing, drugs, or things of that nature? There might be more to the story... [ GradingCurve's advice column | Ask GradingCurve A Question ]
MGlam123 answered Friday March 11 2011, 7:46 pm: Its understandable that you are frustrated over this, I would be too! Although, maybe you should try going to give him a visit and spend some time together and talk about if your relationship can really go on if you guys can't have a lot of contact! Maybe he can talk to his parents about your relationship and he can see if they can bend some rules for you two! I hope your relationship goes well! Good Luck! [ MGlam123's advice column | Ask MGlam123 A Question ]
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