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On the other hand, I can't change who I am or who I like.
You can't help who you fall for (that's the best part about love, IMO).
"By doing this, you're making it clear to both your parents and your partner how important it is to you that they all get along." really want to know, though, is if I suddenly felt the urge to go back to my old ways and bring home a fuckboy, would there be any chance my parents could ever come around to him?
In 2003, 64% of students polled said that they would be comfortable dating a person of a different race. In 2014, based on a survey of 378 students, this number has jumped to 88%.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.