I've seen many, many memes and posts along the lines of rules/applications for dating someone's daughter. As a mother of boys, I look at them with a different perspective. This morning, I decided to see if anyone has responded with a rules/application for dating someone's son. There's too much undertone of cruelty and anger running through these things: "I will make you go away." "Understand I don't like you." "Don't dress like a stripper." "She's not your conquest." "Get a lawyer." "I brought him into this world. I didn't like what I found for dating sons, either.
You and I have talked a lot about relationships, purity and sex (I know that talk was a little awkward, forgive me for the drawings already), but I wanted to pass along some of the more specific dating deets (do the cool kids still say that?
Here are 15 dating rules that, if followed, will set you up for success and guide you away from some of the worst awkwardness known to mankind.
The single parent dilemma is felt the hardest by the children, and as a product of such a household I am lucky enough to have this insight in my dating life.
Many guys just don’t know how to deal with a child that isn’t theirs and it becomes immediately evident to the child, even when the mom is disillusioned into thinking that the guy is perfect.
Date girls who show respect for their bodies, and for you, by covering up. That way, if you pick up a date who is not properly attired you can say, "You should have told me today was laundry day! If you ever push her around or hit her, you will find yourself in massive trouble with your parents and hers. Don't let that frustrate you; enjoy this new facet of your life! You asked her out, you pay the way for both of you. If you don't think it's working out, tell her and stop dating her.