Overprotective parents and dating
Some great options include: bowling, dinners, playing sports, etc.! One of my favourite group date memories (not my own date, I was just a 5th wheel that was invited) was playing laser tag.
Everyone had a great time, it wasn’t awkward, and it really was a lot of fun. Growing up with such strict rules can be very isolating.
I can’t supress my womanly urges because my parents told me so.
Growing up with strict Indian parents, I found a way to find loopholes in their rules.
It’s true, people are more likely to be relaxed and carefree online than in person.
On a side note, this could be a great method to build a friendship with someone before jumping into a relationship with them.
Get to know someone on an intimate level without even having to leave your house.
Sneaking behind your mom and dad's back is the easiest way to date, but it's not always the best.
Also great for all the people out there with overprotective parents.The constant lies, elaborate plans, (not to mention it could get exhausting for you and the other person involved), make it less appealing.And if I’m being honest, deep down, you end up feeling a little guilty and if you eventually want a serious relationship, you’re going to have to tell your parents the truth one way or another.You could literally say you need 0 for a group project and parents will fork over the money, no questions asked.If you want to hang out with someone you have a crush on, the best tactic to bypass your parents' strict rules are to ask to study with them.