Dating tips for 11 year old boys

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Incidents,such as opening the front door,at the exact moment my date was giving me a goodnight kiss. The problem we had ,was telling him exactly where we were going. If she doesn't use good judgement,and leaves you to fret,without contacting you,then i'd share the consequences with her. There will probably be times,they meet up with others and make it a group date,but at 17 Shes mature enough to date alone. My daughter is 17 and she has to be home by 11 on weekends and usually isn't allowed out during the week except if there is a set plan. in high school and although she oftens complains she is the only one with a curfew I know she knows it is for her best. and no matter what, even as she approaches 17, she is still in high-school, right? ALSO, the boy should be making appearances at your house too... If you have a curfew it is to be respected, and if not, then (fill in the blank.) We can discuss whether we think teen sex is a good idea, but the fact of the matter is, what we think may not dictate what our kids do.We took the alternative,kissing goodnight parked in front of the house,only to have the garage light flicked on and off like a beacon!!! The following weekend I'd be sitting watching tv with dad! If we told him we were going to a movie,then he say" ok, the movie is 2 hours" "It takes you 15 mintes to get home" I'll give you an extra 15 in case. I always allow the boys at our home and they are not allowed in bedrooms without the door open. Also, it's important for her to feel free to also go to her Dad for any advice also. and/or with a distinct plan and not just carousing around town. and since he is 18, he should be fully expected to be mature about it, and communicate with you too, his "girlfriend's" Parents. Take your daughter to an ob and have them go over std's birth control etc.They really don't want it, but just have an idea in their head that "everyone is doing it, so we have to") How to stand up and say no if she feels uncomfortable or is feeling pressured is the best thing you can do for her (and your own peace of mind).

My parents always had to meet, and approve of my dates. They had to actually come in and (gasp) talk to my parents. Even though I thought they were really strict at the time, and I did rebel a bit behind their backs, overall I think they handled it the best way they could by being involved and informed. Our feelings are: they are going to do it anyways, so be very open with them and yes have the sex talk. How to value her body and dont fall for the "if you love you will".It looks like my 16 year old (17 in Dec.) daughter is starting her first relationship with a boy (just turned 18). Do any mothers out there have any advice for me as far as setting rules about dating for my daughter.I'm interested in what other mom's have gone through and what works and doesn't work. They see each other every weekend and since he doesn't have a car yet they have to get rides from us parents which means they don't stay out real late.Just have a very open relationship with her and ask her questions.. you would be shocked and amazed at the things I hear and learn. if you don't set guidelines with her, you may be suprised out how late she will be out, even if she tries to use good judgement.also if her daddy is in the picture he needs to talk to her about how boys should treat her. Even on school nights I hear about my students being out until after 10 and on weekends it seems like some are literally out all night.

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