Nhisgrip, your son needs advice from a Godly man, possibly even more so than from you.
This doesn't mean he doesn't love you, but it's unlikely he'll believe or trust you very much with this area of his life.
You don't have the same "equipment", and your thoughts and emotions vary greatly from ours.
Because of that, men are far more likely to trust other men with sexual matters.
Finally, I always find myself disgusted by the classic "natural vs. God created men to want sex with a woman - it's a simple fact.
However, He also commands His children to control their own desires, rather than letting such emotions enslave them.
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1) Nhisgrip, are you 100% sure your son is actually having sex with this young woman? My sister had ovarian surgery a few years back, and they put her on the pill to balance out her cycle. 3) It is definitely true that boys rarely trust their mothers with sexual choices.
Not to sound gross, but the simple fact is women don't wrestle with the same issues that men do in this regard.
Although tween and teen romance is normal, it’s not without some pretty heavy ups and downs.