13 dating 17 year old

21-Jan-2015 09:32

So the last few weeks, I notice her texting and talking on the phone to Guy more and more. She and I have discussed sex, safe sex, responsibility and consequences on numerous occasions, and she has confided in me about some of her friends activities; some that she disagrees with.I start to question her on the nature of their relationship. On that note, I feel she is comfortable talking and being open with me.A teen can spend six months in a bad relationship to avoid having an awkward conversation explaining it to their mom.I know it seems impossible, but I think you want to treat the relationship as casually as possible.I suspect she's not as level headed as you think she is.I was very good at projecting mature, because in most ways I was, but there were huge, bizarre holes in that maturity. I mean, if they want to talk to you together, that's fine, but for him to call you without her screams emotional immaturity to me.Obama will drop Joe Biden as VP and ask John Walker Lindh to be his new running mate.

First off, my Daughter is a smart, funny, mature, independent girl with a lot of friends and who does very well in school, and is preparing for college next year. She broke up with her last boyfriend (who was her age) because he always had drama going on around him, and unlike a lot of teenagers I know, she hates drama. ) Daughter met him some months ago when her friend got her uncle (The Guy) to drive them to the mall.

Trust your daughter's opionions, but talk to her to make sure she knows you're there for her and that she needs to should stay strong. I'd try to find out what this guy's other friends are like. Ditto on I don't think that anything you do or say will change her mind toward him, but will drive her away from you.

You want to make sure that her relationship with him doesn't derail her future college plans.

I cant change whats already happened; I just want to find the right way to deal with it and move on. Shes always had her head on straight, I dont think for a second she would allow anyone to pressure her into anything she didnt want to do, and Ive always believed she is WAY more sensible than I was at that age. He also said that he would do anything he could possibly do to show that he really cares for her. He has refused many times to even meet the Guy when he thought they were just friends, and now has labeled Guy a sick pervert.

I dont think hes some sicko perv, but I AM uncomfortable with the age difference.

First off, my Daughter is a smart, funny, mature, independent girl with a lot of friends and who does very well in school, and is preparing for college next year. She broke up with her last boyfriend (who was her age) because he always had drama going on around him, and unlike a lot of teenagers I know, she hates drama. ) Daughter met him some months ago when her friend got her uncle (The Guy) to drive them to the mall.Trust your daughter's opionions, but talk to her to make sure she knows you're there for her and that she needs to should stay strong. I'd try to find out what this guy's other friends are like. Ditto on I don't think that anything you do or say will change her mind toward him, but will drive her away from you.You want to make sure that her relationship with him doesn't derail her future college plans.I cant change whats already happened; I just want to find the right way to deal with it and move on. Shes always had her head on straight, I dont think for a second she would allow anyone to pressure her into anything she didnt want to do, and Ive always believed she is WAY more sensible than I was at that age. He also said that he would do anything he could possibly do to show that he really cares for her. He has refused many times to even meet the Guy when he thought they were just friends, and now has labeled Guy a sick pervert.I dont think hes some sicko perv, but I AM uncomfortable with the age difference.Tell the (female preferably) doctor that she is probably/definitely (depending on what she admits to) sexually active, and your daughter can be in the exam without you.