Use these little facts to your advantage: "So, Jenson tells me you recently got a promotion. If they ask you if you'd like more, generally you take it," says Elise*, a collegiette from Mount Holyoke College.
"A night out with the girls and meeting the parents are two different occasions," warns Mariah Moses, a collegiette at Virginia State University.Ask your boyfriend how conservative his parents are.We’ve compiled a list of dos and don’ts that you must follow when coming face-to-face with your boyfriend’s parents for the first time.DO dress appropriately First impressions are important and part of that is how you dress.Flattery may win some people over, but some can see straight through false praise. DO be yourself, but DON'T overshare Sometimes nerves can get in the way of showing your true personality.
“It’s scary and intimidating because you want to be liked,” admits Claudia Martinez, a student at British Columbia Institute of Technology.
The end of the semester is here and whether you’re excited or dreading it, it's time to meet your boyfriend’s parents.
Nervous might not begin to explain what you're feeling, but don't sweat.
Don't wear stilettos if you're expected to do a lot of walking.
This is important, as Emma*, a student at Skidmore College, discovered.
To be safe, lean on the conservative side until you get to know them better.