There is less pressure when it comes to meeting a group of friends and if you partner passes with flying colors, then think about amping it up a notch and introducing him or her to your parents. Whether your partner has met other family members by pure chance or intentionally, once he or she has met an extended family member, it is probably time to meet the parents.For example, you and your boyfriend may have run into your aunt at the supermarket and you introduced them so as not to be rude. And if your family is anything at all like mine, they will talk a lot.Say something like, "John speaks so highly of your family vacations.
We were not able to talk very much as there were too many relatives and friends stopping by to say hello.For longer stays, consider chocolates or a book about something that interests them.If his family tends to be formal, ditch the skinny-jeans-plus-graphic-tee combo and rock a knee-skimming dress or skirt with a non-cleavage-baring top, says relationship expert Karen Sherman, Ph D.If you have parents like these, then just play ball with them and only introduce your partner to them when things are very serious.7 signs it’s time to meet the parents In my case, I met my fiancé’s parents at his brother’s birthday party.
Either way, all parties have to be ready for the meeting if you want it to be a success.