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04-Apr-2019 00:59

I started dating my boyfriend when I was 16 and he was 19.

My mom had issues with it at first with the whole age thing, but once she got to know him she was okay with it.

Just do what you, be her mother; be there for her, teach her what you know, and be her support.

You can't be there physically for her all the time, but if you can start the discussion yourself, you'll be the voice that comes to mind when she needs to recall all you've taught her. My family didn't seem comfortable at first then they met him. We have now been together five years and married for a year and a half.

you could go even younger than this but it has to be before your 18th birthday. Grab them young, you can grow together and it's so much easier. wow..sounds like u have a happy life man...its not really that there isnt anything else...i pretty much just emt her but we will see where it goes.doler sister says she is very mature My girlfriend's a sophomore, I'm a senior, we've been together for 7 months so far, and couldn't be happier. As long as your looking for more than JUST sex, i'd say go for it if you like her. They will only be jealous if the girl is highly saught after and one of the most attractive girls at school.

Freshman have the fewest diseases and tightest snatches. you could go even younger than that, like junior high cuz then you can really get em while she is fresh. Otherwise they'll just think the guy is an AFC and can't get any so he has to stoop to dating freshman.

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.

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I want to be able to chat about this with her, without her totally dismissing what I have to say. Maybe go out on a lunch date or picnic, something nice that says, "I love you, so let's talk and spend some time together." She may not understand at her age that even a couple years can be drastic for teens in terms of mental development, maturity, experience, and what they want to spend their time doing.

I agree with the other answers saying that forbidding her from doing anything won't get you very far, but I do understand your concern.

We all heard stories about high school and how scary it is, but that's all a lie. High school has to be the scariest time for anyone. High school changes people for the better or for the worst. And no one told me I wasn't supposed to fall in love with the hot senior.

But I'm just a little middle schooler, what do I know?

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I want to be able to chat about this with her, without her totally dismissing what I have to say. Maybe go out on a lunch date or picnic, something nice that says, "I love you, so let's talk and spend some time together." She may not understand at her age that even a couple years can be drastic for teens in terms of mental development, maturity, experience, and what they want to spend their time doing.

I agree with the other answers saying that forbidding her from doing anything won't get you very far, but I do understand your concern.

We all heard stories about high school and how scary it is, but that's all a lie. High school has to be the scariest time for anyone. High school changes people for the better or for the worst. And no one told me I wasn't supposed to fall in love with the hot senior.

But I'm just a little middle schooler, what do I know?

Personally, I think dating in high school isn't all bad (nerve-wrecking for the parents, yes, but not all bad).