Your parents can help you answer that question without all the emotional fog you are experiencing.
Most parents will appreciate a bf/gf who treats you with respect and honesty. If they observe that you are often sad or hurt, those are red flags for them.
(In China, divorced women are often considered damaged goods.) Some critics called the show a revival of outdated arranged marriages (link in Chinese).
Many say it reflects the “Giant Infant” culture described by psychologist Wu Zhihong in her acclaimed book to be somewhat progressive.
The best thing you can do is to sit down with your parents and calmly, with great respect, ask what it is they don’t like about your bf/gf and what you can do to lessen their fears and objections. They will appreciate your desire to learn from their wisdom and respect their point of view.
Another question you could ask them is, “What should my bf/gf do to win your trust? Remember, most of the time they are right and who wants to gamble with the few times they might be wrong, just for the sake of having a bf/gf.
Having secrets and lies between you and your parents ruins trust and causes needless stress and drama which will affect your self-esteem, grades, and even your other friends.
Just because they are your parents and you don’t agree with them that doesn’t make them dumb.
Then learning how to deal with conflicts within a relationship can be painful, as well. ” They also brutally rejected a 40-year-old divorcee and single mom. The parents on the show grilled bachelorettes with questions like “Can you do housework?One factor that still inhibits interracial relationships is a fear that family will react negatively and reject the relationship.There are a lot of reasons for this fear, including prejudice and racism among your family members, ignorance about other cultures, or a fear of cultural incompatibility.Although far from perfect, they have years of experience and wisdom that you don’t have yet.