When He Asks Your Parents For Your Hand, And They Say No

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Show them you’ve thought about that

If the parents do worry about the financial future of the couple, “Communicate the meaning that the union has,” advises Dr. Louis. “Say, ‘I really care about your daughter, and I really see a future here because of X,Y, and Z. I think we can really build something together based on this or that.’ Being communicative about what the marriage means…I think that can be very meaningful. And being willing to listen.”

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