Stories freshman dating seniors
Also: under any circumstances whatsoever, when it comes to her body "no" means "no", and she is in control of what she does and doesn't do - not someone else's desires/requests.This way, she won't be so afraid to come to you if the need arises. He can learn about your family and I think that creates a better open line of communication. You may find that he is not at all what you thought and he is far less likely to do something "wrong" if he knows who you are, and what your expectations of him as a friend of your daughter.Personally, I think dating in high school isn't all bad (nerve-wrecking for the parents, yes, but not all bad).They're young and gaining experience in the world, learning about how people and relationships work.
The best thing to do is show you support her but also are just worried.
But I'm just a little middle schooler, what do I know?
My mom says, "High school is just a part of growing up, you'll learn to love it. You'll have so much fun in high school, you'll see." Bull shit!
It would also be a good idea to meet him, just to make sure he is a responsible young man.
Im 16 and as a sophmores point of view, I would want my mom to show me that she is gaining trust in me and I would want to see that my mom can be really open with me about it.
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My parents told me that I couldnt date a guy that was older than me and I continued to see him behind their backs.