Dating advice from dennis rainey
This also allows you to be the heavy when she wants to say “no” but is struggling to do so. I wrote how I did this for my first interview with my eldest daughter’s date in my original blog on interviewing your daughter’s date. Ask about his family, his work and studies, his life plans, what he enjoys doing, and even his driving record…the kinds of things that will give you clues about his values and character.Don’t be shy…even if it seems a bit uncomfortable for him and for you.Dennis Rainey is president, CEO and cofounder of Family Life, a division of Cru.Dennis married Barbara in 1972, and together they began a personal and creative collaboration that is still ongoing more than 35 years later.So I encourage you to make the investment of your time to do these interviews and, someday when your daughter is looking back, she is very likely to be really, really grateful that you did.
Share with him your thoughts and expectations for him if you agree to let him take her out.Dennis and Barbara have been married for 35 years and live near Little Rock, Arkansas.They have six children and more than a dozen grandchildren.Have your daughter prepared to tell any guy that asks her out to call you first before answering him.This helps her know that you are expecting to be her first line of defense and gives her guidance on how to respond to a guy’s invitation. So you might invite the young man, and even his dad, to your home.
There are lots of suggestions you can find on the internet, including some really funny ones like an application to date your daughter.