Parenting advice for teenage dating
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I think it can go either way and we have an open dialogue about the importance of protection.
I will tell you that I had sex with my boyfriend even with an Open Door Only set up. I'm absolutely not saying you should chunk condoms in a room and tell them to have at it!
I just mean that kids will have sex if they want to have sex and your open dialogue policy is a great choice. Give him some autonomy, gauge his state of mind, and figure out what you're comfortable with.
They also consider whether the teens simply want to hang out and have fun with a friend of the opposite sex or want a hot and heavy romantic relationship. It’s to have very open communication about sex and love and dating and values.
The more you LISTEN to your teens and share (not lecture) your opinions and values, the more your teens can develop their own opinions.
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