Dating dos and donts for teens
Teenage relationships are complicated, especially because teens don’t think about the long run.
Their hearts aren’t old enough to understand the meaning and essence of love, and they just go with the flow which often turns into bitter separation.
Teenage is a delicate age where we go through numerous changes both physically and emotionally.
We start being on our own and we start taking decisions for ourselves.
So, we do the next best thing, which is to talk all the talk and give our girls as much of our knowledge as we can before they ever even leave the house.
We distill all the important dos and don’ts and basically pass down our own personal field guide for how to survive in the dating world.
Are you aware that according to studies, one in six women have been a victim of rape and that among female rape victims, 54% are under the age of 18!
Here are some important tips on how to protect yourself: DO keep a cell phone and contact information with you at all times. DON'T go to quiet or secluded spots with your date. DON'T try to explain things, just leave and call your parents or a friend to pick you up. If you sense something isn't right..out of the situation.
They tend to have been around similar classmates over the years, and some of them turned out to be their best of friends.Because, as women who have already played the game when we were young, we want to save our daughters from the heartbreak and perils of dating, and they want us to butt the @$&! See, imparting wisdom is just what we do as moms, because there’s much we need our daughters to know and remember and do.And even though we wish they’d just let us ride shotgun on every date and be part of every relationship decision, that’s straight up never gonna happen.We start getting closer to our friends, as they seem to relate to us better, than the others around.By the time we are old enough to realize the mistakes we made and the teachings it taught us, we are summed up with numerous lessons learnt, along with some hearty laugh about how childish we’ve been.