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    Crying parents meeting for the very first time..

    HELP!!! i think i need some help .. both our parents are going to meet for the first time to talk about our marriage. But, this is their first time marrying their daughter (having their son marry a girl). How should this lunch go about?? Any advise from couples who already went through this stage?

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    perhaps the first thing that you should do is to relax. for sure, everything will be alright.

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    I agree with winkwink, just relax and breathe, x0pear0x! If you wish to be more prepared, maybe think of some conversational topics, like hobbies and interests? Hope this helps, and all the best babe!

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    don't stress out yourself with the meeting. everything will go well for sure.

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    Relax, stay calm and composed, be respectful and make good conversation.

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    Nervewracking! How did it go? Hope it went ok...

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    Just relax. just be yourself. i'm sure they will like you as their daughter-in-law.

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    don't try to hard, just engage them in a meaningful talk with your parents..

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    Just relax and be yourself.

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    very common to feel nervous

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    hahaa yea normal to feel nervous. Everyone gotta go thru this stage!

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    Yeah just relax and enjoy the lunch with everybody else

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    Lunch or dinner is a good idea

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    Are you nervous?? Lol I can imagine how nervous I used to feel back then too but my best advice is to keep calm & just be yourself.

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    It's really normal to feel nervous but you should just be yourself and relax. And taking the advice from Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago, talking about your parents common grounds can be a starter. Hope that helps and hope they will get along!

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