A Parents Guide: Surviving Your Teenager’s First Crush

As your tween or teenager begins to mature and grow up, they will begin building relationships with the opposite sex.  It is important for your child to have these relationships so that they can develop the communication and personal skills to develop healthy long term relationships for the future.  As tempting as it is, parents you can’t tell your child that they can’t date until they are 30?  You want them to have practice dating and setting boundaries while you are there to help guide them with difficult choices.  Dating is a bit different now than it was when we were growing up.  I know as a teenager, I didn’t have a cell phone or the Internet so that I could communicate with my friends or significant other online.  In fact, most of my communication happened either face to face or on the telephone (which used to drive my own parents crazy) as a teenager.

Read the tips and suggestions that I have at Uplifting Families.

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