Dating a girl from another school
A "child" spends much of their time in school that, traditionally, would have been spent learning a trade, finding a spouse and even getting married and starting families.
"Chilren" aged roughly 14-18 aare programmed that way.
But later that week or by the end of next week, the "couple" will have "broken up" and be "dating" other people.
Also, when they say a couple is dating, they usually don't mean having sex.
Could someone explain to me exactly what business a child has dating while in school?
Of course, things are way more complex than how I'm portraying it, and it depends a lot on the maturity and personality of the individual child.
We all have had and continue to have friends who drop us when they are in a dating relationship.
I am not sure how you and your daughter are defining dating.
If you dont talk to her at all than you have to try and somehow get to know her!
G., I recently read your article warning parents about the perils of young teens and dating. When I was pregnant I prayed to have a popular child who would be happy and be sought out by the opposite sex. Can you explain some more what you have against young teens dating?Such as middle school relation ships do not matter.