I really need some advice. I've been going out with my boyfriend now for almost a year (we started dating on August 20). His name is August and guess what month he was born in? Anyway, he is a real sweetie. He's very laid back and I'm more the dominant type (not in a bad way) and we are more like best friends if anything. Up until recently we were having no problems, but now we're banned from seeing each other. You see, our parents found out that we had sex, it was a one time thing and we took total precautions. We used a condom with spermicidal lubricant and everything (no birth control, my family has a history of breast cancer). My parents were very upset at first, but my counselor was able to convince them that it actually isn't as bad as it seems. His father is ok with it now too, his only concern was that he was wasting his childhood (which I don't get cause he's three short years from becoming an adult?). His mom is so outrageously ridiculous about the whole thing that I don't know what to do with my life anymore. Because of her I can't even email him, or call him, or even say hi if I see him. She told him that until he "clears his head" that we can't contact each other, AT ALL. He still emails me when he can (via library computers) and we've talked on the phone for very short periods at a time, but I feel bad disobeying my parents about it. My parents would let me talk to him, but they feel obligated to listen to his mothers orders. Ridiculous or what? I didn't know if I should try and talk to his mom, writing her a letter or something. My counselor thinks that his mom thinks that I may have corrupted her child, but it was a 50/50 decision, so I did not "corrupt" him. Any advice what-so-ever would be very highly appreciated!!!
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