R is for Rastaman

Monday, April 21, 2014

How would you suggest she get Dad to rethink his opinion?


  1. That just might take spending time together.

  2. I don't know. Sounds like they aren't speaking the same language. Dad needs some educating on this religion of the boyfriend. After that, he might not like it, but telling your kid what to do usually pushes them in the other direction. In other words, Dad would be better off accepting this dude and allow her to figure out on her own whether or not he's someone she wants as a boyfriend. ::reverse psychology... sometimes the best option::

    1. Too true that sometimes parents don't understand that outright opposition never brings anything good.

  3. Blog hopping on the 21st day of the #Challenge. Looks like you're having a great time making new friends. Congratulations on an interesting theme.

  4. Yup, I think it definitely starts with Dad spending time around the boyfriend.

  5. Difficult one.
    The older generation are "set in their ways"... and many of the older folk fall prey to stereotyping...
    If the dad is prepared to keep an open mind, and get to know the rastaman, then that's a step in the right direction.


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