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It feels like the subtext is that our schedule is less important than our potential guests' and we should be prepared to entertain them whatever day they have open.On the other hand, this has happened so often I'm starting to wonder if social obligations are now being handled in the same way as business meetings and I should just adjust to it. -- COUNTEROFFERS IN LOS ANGELES DEAR COUNTEROFFERS: You should entertain on the schedule that's most convenient for you.
While she may not be happy with this line of thinking she should nonetheless be aware of what you are thinking and what your role as the father of a teen entails.
College will present you with a chance to widen not only your range of interests, but also your circle of acquaintances.
You owe it to yourself to take advantage of everything that college offers.
If you wish to continue seeing your current boyfriend, do so.
However, it would be better for both of you if it is done on a non-exclusive basis for the next few years.
DEAR ABBY: Several times recently when I have invited people to parties or dinners at our home, they have surprised me by responding with not only their regrets but also with a counteroffer.
For example: "Sorry, we're busy the evening of the 22nd, but could you have us over the following Thursday? I'm trying to invite them for a specific event, not open a negotiation.I know college will be a chance for me to meet new people and I don't want to limit my chances, but if I'm still interested in dating him, would it be "proper"?I was already hesitant about dating him because he was younger, although I knew if the situation was reversed it wouldn't be a problem.I knew that stepping over that threshold would be, "the start of something new." Yes, I did just quote "High School Musical," and no, I do not have any shame.I can honestly say that high school changed my life for the better, though I wish I had known a little more before hand.Things change and people change, but it’s not the end of the world.