Link to MamasHealth.com

Relationships

Addicted to bad relationships
Alcoholic Spouse
How to Communicate
Conflicts with stepchildren
Coping during war time
Dealing with a difficult person
Dealing with a stubborn husband or boyfriend
Empowering break up songs
Father and daughter relationship
Father of girlfriend's child
Father of her child
Flirt with your spouse
Friends with benefits
Getting along with mother-in-law
Getting along with sister-in-law
Giving your partner space
Going back to school
Good relationships take work
Grandparenting
Healing an old wound
Help! spouse was laid-off
How to flirt
How to tell if he likes you
How to tell if she likes you
I'm Sorry
Improve your relationship
Infidelity
Jealousy
Leaving an abuser
Long distance love
Marriage counseling
Meeting the in-laws
Rediscover yourself
Reduce home improvement conflict
Spice up your relationship
Spot a jerk
Surviving a financial crisis
Supporting you spouse during a career change
Telling your girlfriend you're a felon
Why married men flirt with other women
Why people get dumped
Workaholics and Dating
Working different shifts
Workplace relationships
Your body language

Links

Promote your product

Step-Family Relationships

7 things no one tells you about marriage

Divorce...Step by Step

 

How to tell your girlfriend you're a felon

For many guys with felony's, it may be difficult to tell your girlfriend. What's even more difficult is telling her why you have a felony. Many guys with felony's are often afraid of telling the person who they are with, because of the stereo type that a person with a felony has. A person with a felony is not a bad person.

In many cases, people who have committed a felony will have a hard time finding a job. So how do you tell your girlfriend you have a felony and because of it, you can't find a decent job.

If you are a man with a felony, it's a good idea to be up front with her and tell her what happened. Be prepared because she may not want to be with a guy who's a felon. If you are up front, at least she won't fall in love, then has to make the difficult decision to leave you. Not only will she be hurt, but all the time and energy that you invested in your relationship will be a lost.

If you choose to wait to tell her you are a felon, find out what she thinks about related issues about people who are a felon. If she thinks certain felons aren't as bad as people say, then it can be an easy process to handle.

Wait for the right time to tell her that you are a felon. You have to find the right words or it can be a disaster. Start off by saying something like "Theresa there's something we should talk about", or "it's been a long time since I've felt so comfortable around someone", and go for it.

Seek out women who may have a family member, or a close friend that has a felony. This will make it easier to tell her about your ordeal. She will probably be more open minded and sensitive to what you have going on in your life.

Telling a women you are a felon may trigger different responses as to how or when you tell her. Some women want to be told upfront, making it easier on them to figure out if it's worth staying around. For some women, dating a felon is something that won't really matter to them, as long as they are getting treated right.

If your a convicted felon, there has to be a point when you feel the need to start dating. Take your time in figuring out how and when to tell a women what has happened in your past. If she runs away, then just know that it wasn't meant to be, and there will be someone who will accept you as you are.

We'll teach you how to #LiveTo100!

Join our newsletter!

Accessibility Policy| Terms Of Use| Privacy Policy| Advertise with Us| Contact Us| Newsletter

RSS| Sitemap| Careers

Mamas Health Inc. does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms of Use.

©2000 - 2013 MamasHealth, Inc.™. All rights reserved