13 yr olds dating
He told me there was no debating that logic and I got to go. LOL Cyberdating My oldest son is 12 and in 6th grade.
And then never again until I was just about to turn 16 and had my first serious boyfriend. Nothing unchaperoned until they're 15-ish and we'd have to get to know him first. I also don't mind the idea of a group if 13-14 year olds walking the fair together but I also remember the wacky stunts and cover-ups my friends and I pulled when we were that age. I'm discovering that "dating" is sometimes synonymous with texting and that's it. I think when it progresses to actually meeting out at a certain time and the possibility of physical contact - that's when it can be worrisome as a parent.
The school was concerned about the kids feeling pressured into relationships that were too mature for their stage of life.
How would they deal with being rejected, with ending relationships, or with having to hurt another person's feelings?
We are not genetically predisposed to deal with such things. Double duty In my house, we allowed dating to start at 9th grade.
But for my daughter, the boy had to be willing to go on a "double date" with my husband and I first.
My son at 11 already has a very close girl friend (not girlfriend) but if that evolved, we'd just see how it went and make sure to be open with him and encourage him to do the same.Depends on the kid - and the date My parents said 16. It also depends on your relationship with your kid and how well you trust him/her, plus the boy/girlfriend and other friends.The dating sneak attack My Dad always said no dating until I was 16.Sadly, though, none of the boys I liked ever liked me back.