My pack asks: A year ago I introduced a girl as my said sister (a term like “best friend”) to my parents as well as hers. This means we told our parents we’d never become romantic with each other, so they’d let us hang out. But for the last eight months our relationship has deepened, and we love each other a lot. We didn’t know we’d fall in love. We can’t live without each other. Now we have to convince our parents to accept this relationship, as we want to marry. And even beyond our parents, other people might say bad things about her family, that this girl said this guy is like her brother, and now she wants to marry him.
Hi My pack – I have to confess, this might be a case where, even as a dog, I don’t have enough cultural understanding. Where I live, in the United States, the most acceptable and “clean” way for a couple to get together is to be friends first. ... read more