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It seems like such a shallow reason that normally I would disregard it, but I prayed specifically at the start of this relationship that "God, if this is the one, please let my parents' approval be a sign to me." I've talked to my mother about it--describing his good attributes and that, despite the lack of Ph.
D, he is quite brilliant, and she seemed reluctant to give her full opinion.
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I have had something weighing on my heart for a while and I wanted to ask for your opinions. The boy is a Christian and a wonderful person, and I feel happy when I am with him.
" So in other words, I do have her nominal blessing, but still get the sense that she silently disapproves. Wait and see let them atleast meet the man and go from there.I find absolutely no sense in continuing to date someone I wouldn't want to marry and think it would be less painful if it didn't drag on.The thing is, I will probably not go past a master's degree myself, but that is irrelevant.My mother is inordinately picky--the guy has to have a degree in a science/engineering/business field (i.e.
no liberal arts or anything hard to find jobs in), be one of two races (she is somewhat racist which is annoying and downright offensive to me), and more.She has never met him or spoken with him, but I just sense her disapproval.