Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Jed’s Mom Tells Hannah He’s Not Ready to Get Engaged On ‘The Bachelorette’Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Jed’s Mom Tells Hannah He’s Not Ready to Get Engaged On ‘The Bachelorette’

By Bonnie Griffin

In celebrity news, Jed Wyatt’s family suggested on The Bachelorette he should follow his music dreams instead of focusing on his relationship with Hannah Brown. Wyatt’s mother seemed to be skeptical of the couple, and according to, his entire family “was floored that Jed could be considering an engagement when his passion for his music was top of mind.” In relationships, our parents do not always have the same dreams for us as we do, and this is one celebrity couple that would be starting their relationship with Wyatt’s family trying to stand in their way.

In celebrity news, Jed Wyatt’s mom is skeptical of a potential engagement at the end of The Bachelorette. What do you do if your parents don’t support your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Relationships come with many obstacles, and unfortunately, family opposition sometimes plays a huge part. When your parents don’t support your relationship there are a few ways you can get past their opposition and keep your relationship strong. Cupid has some advice to keep your relationship strong even if your parents don’t support you:

1. Respect your parents: You may not agree with your parents’ disapproval of your relationship, but remember they are the people who raised you. The relied on their values and beliefs to raise you and help you become the person you are. Their concern is another sign of their love. You don’t have to leave your relationship because of their opinion, but try not to start an argument or be disrespectful.

Related Link: Celebrity News: Nick Cannon Reacts to Ex Mariah Carey’s Take on #BottleCapChallenge

2. Open up to your parents: Talk to your parents. Tell them how you feel about your partner. Share with them how amazing you find your partner and help them to see the person you love through your eyes.

Related Link: Celebrity News: ‘Bachelorette’ Hannah Brown Admits to Intimate Relations in a Windmill

3. Bring your partner around your parents more: If your parents don’t initially approve of your partner give them the chance to get to know them better. Bring your partner around your parents more often. Take them to family dinner or invite your parents over for dinner with you and your partner. Give them a chance to get to know your partner better and hopefully they will begin to see how much you care for them and learn to be supportive.

What are some ways you might deal with your parents not accepting your relationship? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.