18 year old guy dating 14 year old
She gets good grades in school and is very much into her grades. BUT I wish that my mom would have said NO, you can't see him anymore. NO you can't go out to the movies alone with boys at 15 yrs old.
The other day she came home from school kind of asking me to go to the movies with a boy. By the time I was 17 I was involved with a man, not a boy, and I knew it was ok because my mom let me - and she told me she understood what it was like to be in love, and she didn't want to forbid me to see him because then I'd be sneaking out to see him anyway.... He turned out to be a very stand up guy who married me and now we have a wonderful life together and the age difference doesn't matter now in our 30s....
I also let her know that when or if she ever gets into a sticky situation CALL ME !!! Hopefully, that will be an understood standing rule. I told her as long as there was a group with an adult present or as a chaperone that would be the only way she should go out with any boys who still think respect was a one sided affair. You see just yesterday my 13 year old came home from school and asked to go on her first group date and I thought "here we go". If they didn't care about you being involved, they would have made up some story and not even told you what they were doing.
If she has to blame it on me for the early pick up thats fine. That sets the pace for later when she or he is able to drive. My daughter asked me once when she would be allowed to go out with the kids she hung around with.
Go with your gut instincts..the bittersweet emotions of your dear baby girl growing up (some teens don't like to hear that), but I know its hard! But all I have to share is this: when I was about that age, I never told my Parents about any "date" I had.
Content Header .feed_item_answer_user.js-wf-loaded . Well, date age is such a personal opinion, however, I would explain to her you always have to meet her friends before she can go on a date.She would have saved me a lot of emotional stress in my teenage years if she would have had more age appropriate rules and expectations. I know that when a child asks her/his parents for permission to "date" it is not only about going out with the girl/boy, they are also asking, "do you trust me? I will not give you advice as I do not know your family, your values, nor do I understand your relationship with your daughter. I know that the more parents try to keep their children young, the more their friends may pressure them to grow up. I know that you are in a position to open the communication for ALL her dating experiences.