Dating advice for 13 year
We were shocked that this happened in 8th grade and thought it could not be true.She brought up the subject with him and he confirmed, but claims he "made mistakes" and doesn't want to engage in that kind of activity with our daughter and knows she "is a nice girl", which is why he likes her.She is a good kid and we truly believe she would walk away if he tried to engage in anything other than a few innocent kisses, but we both can't help but think there is a better catch out there, and we don't want her spending time with a boy that has already had sex in 8th grade. What is the worst that can happen if we are keeping a close eye on things?My instinct tells me to force her to end this right now.They have only been dating 2 months and I think it is in her best interest, and for the sake of her reputation to move on and wait for a boyfriend with better character.We've talked to her about good and bad decisions, and we think dating this boy is a bad decision, and she should consider ending it.Her response is that he has been nothing but a gentleman to her and talks about how "he loves her" and "never known anyone like her".Our relationship is great, and talks to me openly and shares almost everything, much more than I shared with my mother.
I don't think anything good will come of this relationship.
My spouse feels we need to trust her and "supervise" the relationship, that it is better to have them in our sight, rather than force a break up and have them sneaking around since they already are around each other.