Young girl dating an older boy
I am a strict Parent but I do find it very inmature for any parent to say they would NEVER do something until they are put in that situation.. I don't thing anyone should place judge on somebody because of the Sex (male/female) each person is different... Do I think they may make mistakes one day in life.i do but with the proper help they always know I will be here to get there throug that part of there life.. I just want to make sure I am seeing everything with Eye's wide open.. I wouldn't let a 13 yr old daughter of mine date a 17 yr old boy.
When they weren't doing BMX and skateboard tricks in front of the post office, they were spending what money they had at the nearby arcade, or spinning on stools and shooting straw wrappers in their favorite burger joint, just across the street. We had gotten in the habit of him driving me home, and my suddenly wanting to make different arrangements seemed to inconvenience everyone. As I got older, however, the more I realized that my experience was not an uncommon one. I feel this boy is a very nice boy & would never do anything to hurt her. I haven't seen her this happy in months & I don't want to push her away because her father & I can't agree on rules.. I have total control over what they do while dating.. My husband & I were young parents having our twins @ age 18 & 20..I have always made the rules in our house cause my husband is always to busy to worry about what goes on in our house so do I just go ahead & do what I feel is right or do I take his feelings into consideration?? I don't think this is the right place to post this but anyway.. (he 20, myself 18) So we have made our children & there GF's/BF's understand what can happen if they have sex or are not dating by our rules.. I"m not stupid I totally understand what most people thing about boys/girls or the dating older or younger..But in the last couple years I have noticed that with these type of things I have matured.I dont put so much into one guy and if something does go wrong, yes is upsetting, but I have learned how to handle it better.