By Anonymous - 13/02/2012 04:45 - United States
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Her boyfriends father may be dead or not in the picture and he doesn't want his mom to be alone. This seems to be the most logical reason for her wanting to come. There isn't really enough information to judge this situation. When my grandfather died my parents starting taking my grandmother out with them on days like valentines day, mothers day etc. In my opinion op needs to think of someone other than herself.
11-Time to call Samuel L. Jackson. Push her down the stairs and act like it was an accident. I emphasize that you should make it look like an accident. If that doesn't work, then just talk to your boyfriend about not feeling comfortable with his mother going to your dinner-date.
Maybe his momma was just going through a hard time. Unless this is a continuous thing, give him a chance. I mean, it sucks that it is on Valentine's day, but don't judge until you know the whole case!
regardless of the situation, the only time mother and son should share valentines dinner is if one or the other has been dumped and do it to cheer themselves up. I know what OP feels like, there's not normally a reason behind it, just that the mother doesn't want to let her kid go, that involves gate crashing any of their alone time. my exes mother won, she was a monster.
that's horrible. i wouldn't even want to go. when parents interfere too much, things usually don't turn out well for the relationship unfortunately
What's wrong with that? Valentine's Day is a day to be with your loved ones, not just your lovers.