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I am very pleased to announce that Chris Jordan will now be fielding questions about raising tweens and teens.This really has come about because Chris’ inbox has been filling up with readers sending her personalized emails asking her advice and since we’re all in this together, why not share with you all, right?If you have a question, please email Chris at this specific email address: adviceforparentsoftweens[at]gmail[dot]com.
**************** Chris, Some of my children’s friends have started dating.
We have told our daughter that we don’t want her to date.
We will not allow her to have a boyfriend until she is 16.
She thinks that we are mean and are trying to make her life miserable. Let them have their girlfriend or boyfriend over to the house while you are home. Get to know the other kid’s parents and what his/her home life is like. I have gone to the movies with my son’s girlfriend’s family, out to casual dinners, the amusement park.
Since you have a houseful of kids, I am wondering how you deal with this. “Mean Mom” Back when all of my children were small I always said that they could date once they were ready to get married. Based on my own life experiences I couldn’t see how it possibly could be a good thing. As they have grown I have realized that there is no protecting children from being hurt. Once they can drive they will be off going places and you probably won’t know where half the time.