She told him she was abused as a child and he seems to think it's his job to help her get over it. Your son wants to be her knight in shining armor—but I don't care how old or mature he is, that's way too much responsibility for any person.I'm afraid he's getting trapped in a destructive relationship. You want him to learn that one person can't take away another person's pain.
The teen dating scene can be awkward and uncomfortable, for teens as well as their parents.
Technology has changed the way teens date, and many parents aren't sure how to talk about dating these days.
You’ll learn the answers to the important questions below and feel more confident in how to approach the issues of dating and relationships with your kids.
Part 1: Teen Dating – Preparing Yourself & Your Teen will answer the questions…
A teen does not learn how to date in the classroom and most likely has only picked up on some of the basics, like respecting someone’s personal space, at home.
But without experience in a romantic relationship, teens don't know what to expect.
If you’re looking for solid advice on how to navigate the scary world of teen dating – either now or in the future – you’re in luck!
Let me introduce you to BAM Radio Network – a fabulous resource for parents and teachers which I am honored to contribute as a Parent Commentator. Meg Meeker, author of Much about dating has changed since we were teens, although, quite a bit is still the same.
Here are five things every parent should know: While some teens tend to be interested in dating earlier than others, romantic interests are normal during adolescence.
Girls are more vocal about the dating interest and tend to be interested in a greater degree at a younger age, but boys are paying attention also.
No parent looks forward to "the talk." But there are ways to make the conversation easier.