My sons girlfriend sent me a friend request on facebook should I accept ??

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  • #197820

    Do you accept friend requests from your childrens parnters or not ??

    I havent responded yet. Its been 5 minutes now.

    #197824

    This is a tricky one. As long as you keep your posts neutral and maybe discuss this request with your son. He shouldn’t mind, but if it does freak him out, don’t accept the request. Either way, you are best talking to your son about it. Hopefully he’ll be fine with it, but it is best to be sure. And if you become friends on Facebook with her, just avoid serious/relationship topics. [But you aren’t stupid and know how to be tactful.] Just keep it light hearted as you would with other friends on Facebook.

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    #197834

    Hmm ok

    #197844

    It maybe depends on their ages and relationships. As Kitty says though, it is best to avoid anything too serious.

    #197846

    Shes 20 now

    #197857

    Im friends with my daughter and son in law but my daughter is now 30 and she knows what is and what is not suitable to be published on FB for the world to see , sadly most people do not.

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    #197860

    I wonder if It has anything to do with ” the situation ” that I posted about last month😨😨😨😨

    #197916

    There can be inappropriate material on Facebook. It does need to be used responsibly.

    Anyhow, a 20 year old woman experienced with social media should know this.

    #198074

    How have things panned out, DDsMomma?

    #198081

    So far normal

    #198130

    Good!

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