I really like my boyfriend and we have been together for a while now. I would really like to tell her but she would like to meet him and I don't want her to because I would be weird. He is a great guy and doesn't do anything bad ever. He wants me to tell her so bad. She knows that he likes me and I think she knows I like him but doesn't know that we are dating. I would love for her to know. But she said that im not allowed to date him but didn't tell me why? Please help.
You'll have to tell her sooner or later. I had somewhat the same problem when I first began dating my current boyfriend. I was 16 and my parents were adamant on me not being allowed to date until I was in University. What I did was, I brought him around the house a lot, let my parents get to know him, and let my parents see him around and with me. Eventually, I told him and surprisingly, they were ok with it. I do believe it was because they had seen us together and have gotten to know him somewhat from me inviting him over. Has your mom ever gotten to meet him? If not, I think that is a great idea. If your mom gets to know him and finds that he is a great guy, she might have less of a problem with you dating him. With that, either way you will have to tell her else it becomes a trust issue between your mother and yourself.
What's the harm in letting him meet your mom? I think it's such a good idea for them to meet because it gives your mom a chance to see how awesome his personality is. I mean, yeah, it will probably be a little awkward, but it's so worth it in the end. Anyways, I would tell your mom that you're dating him when she's in a good mood. You can say something like, "Mom, I've been dating so & so for a while now, and I really like him, he's a really nice guy." Make sure to be mature about the whole thing, even if she gets a little angry. I would also mention how eager your boyfriend is to meet her.
Honesty's the best policy. If this guy really means something to you and you like him, tell her. She is your mom, she deserves to know and at one point, believe it or not she was your age, she'll understand. If you continue going behind her back, dating him and she finds out, she's not going to trust you in the future. Whether you like it or not "meeting the parents" is something you need to just accept if you want to be in any serious relationship.