You should not be having your boyfriend over if they're not home. Your parents won't trust you if you do things like that behind their backs. Plus, if you and your boyfriend end up having sex, you could become pregnant and ruin your life before you're even grown up.
You should crush any feelings for someone else and marry your boyfriend. Your children need a mom and dad in their life, not a broken home. Do the unselfish thing and think of them.
Maybe, say " It's a beautiful night, could you walk me home? I would really appreciate it." Then Smile at him :)
A residential home is a house that a person would live in full time, while a vacation home is a house that the person visits on occasion for a vacation. I hope this answered your question.
His house is either messy or he is hiding something. I do not think YOU are the girl-friend, Not the only one for sure! He does not want you to know where he lives, for obvious reasons.AnswerHe probably has something that he is insecure about himself, he does not want you to judge him by his home and where he lives, he wants you to not be materialistic and worry about how and where he lives, or the conditions. Don't be pushy about seeing his house if he doesn't want you to or you might find yourself boyfriend-less.Another thought:If he won't show you where he lives, odds are he doesn't live alone. He may be married or have a live-in girlfriend. Ask him.
Yes! of course! If that's what they wish to do
moms mostly stay home and look after kids and clean the house
Yes, of course dads can work at home at sites like MRSEXCAM.com. There are probably more dads working at home than moms.
If this person is in your house, you should tell him to leave. If he refuses, you can contact the police. However, if he is in her home, there is nothing you can do about it.
In 1948, men went out of the house to work and women stayed home to take care of the children.
No because if you are supposed to spend time with your dad then you should just wait until he gets home and if you leave the child home alone than he/she will probably do something bad to there dad's house!
You don't provide your age or your situation so I'm assuming that you're not yet 18 and still live at home. If possible, your boyfriend and your dad should meet so they can get to know each other. Dads generally feel protective of their children; getting to know your boyfriend will help your dad relax about who he is, particularly around you.
It's your own decision. >_>
Be smart and only keep the house in your name! No matter how much you think you love your boyfriend always keep that house in your name and if you get married that is the time to have joint ownership on the house and not before! Most men are not threatened that their girlfriends own a house and are only too happy to share the privacy of living in her home so don't worry about it. If he puts pressure on you to have joint ownership this is not a good sign. It is your home and once you put his name on that house and should you breakup then he owns half of your home.
No. Go home, you're 11.
If we were to assume that the house doesn't have a "library", the next most quiet part of the house should be the bedrooms. Uninterrupted sleep is important. If the home has a library or a "home office", either of these should be the quietest locations in the home.