"It is never too soon to introduce a guy to your parents when you have serious intentions and the feeling is mutual," she says.
But, because this step typically shows your fam that you want to be with the guy for the long haul, you never want to bring home a dude you just met, she adds.
Besides, a little extra romance is always an added bonus! Unfortunately, there isn’t a hard and fast date—you should introduce your boyfriend or girlfriend to your parents when the time is right. But, before you pack your bags and pick out your new furniture, you should confirm that both of you have the same relationship goals—do you see this as a step toward getting engaged? It would be horrible to move in together and then find out that you both aren’t on the same page. Getting engaged is one of the most thrilling times in your life.
That said, if you’ve already said “I love you,” it’s fair to want to want to meet his parents and vice versa. Make sure you both map out your future plans and needs shacking up. It should happen when you’re absolutely sure that you want to spend the rest of your life with your significant other.
Generally speaking, when your parents gush about the new person you’re dating, that’s good for the health and stability of your relationship.
Your own parents’ approval of your partner tends to predict how much love, satisfaction, and commitment you feel in your relationship, and your partner’s parents’ approval of you does the same for your partner (Sprecher & Felmlee, 1992).
young woman and man chatting in cafe " data-medium-file="https://scstylecaster.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/157743857.jpg? Of course, the big questions in relationships can be tricky to answer. After it’s been established that you’re exclusive, you should plan one night away together as soon as both of your schedules permit.