Did you think I didn't know when you used to go out drinking with your friends when you were a teenager? " I ordered a beer and mom got drink I never heard of before.
I found it weird drinking with her and once again it was awkward, but we just kept ordering drinks. I think I snore to, so you should try and fall asleep before me." Fuck this is going to suck, I'm never going to fall asleep.
If you think it's a problem, then we can try and go somewhere else but to be honest it was a long ride and we're already here." "You're right and this isn't going to ruin our weekend.
” This was a direct quote from my then 9-year-old son on the heels of a breakup. Nevertheless, it opened up an opportunity to talk with my son about dating and relationships.
She has worked and been single for as long as I can remember and has never complained.
I don't recall her having a long-term boyfriend or dating much. " Then I gave her a huge hug and it got awkward for a moment because we both held each other a little too long.
Let him know that real men don’t have to be good at sports, or even like sports. Surprise him with a trip to his favorite place, even if it’s not the healthiest grub in town. How is your son doing in school with his more creative subjects like writing and English? Let him choose and plan how you’ll spend your time. While your eyes are on the road, he might feel more comfortable opening up about life topics. If you’re up for it, go on an overnight camping trip. Ask your son where he sees himself going to college, or what kind of career he wants after high school.
You can also talk about how real men, gentlemen, treat ladies. Talk about the importance of being able to express oneself and the keys to good communication. Ask him what his challenges are in his life right now. Talk about the freedom and responsibility college brings.