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The only thing that worries me is that you may be hurting somebody's feelings.This isn't about what I think of either of the girls.It's about how I expect you to conduct yourself in any relationship." Q. Ungrateful, sullen teens moping about wishing they were somewhere else.My 16-year-old daughter wants to spend Christmas at her boyfriend's house. Just keep her busy with a holiday project she's in charge of, like baking a pie or hanging out with an elderly or younger relative.Lastly, go over your expectations and values about sex.If he doesn't feel comfortable talking to you, find another adult to speak with him—someone he thinks is cool and who shares your values. My 16-year-old son is involved with a very troubled girl his age.You expect the boyfriend—if he really cares about your daughter—also to be checked by his doctor.
Check out these tips from Rosalind Wiseman, best-selling author, mom and Family Circle columnist, about how to help your child navigate the murky waters of relationships, sex—and, yes, love.
While we may remember what it felt like to fall in love for the first time, few of us actually know the brain science behind it.
Brain structure and chemicals affect the way a teenager first dives in to romance.
Conclude by looking the boyfriend in the eye and saying, "Let me be clear that my daughter is precious to me.
I am asking you to be a man in the real sense of the word and do the right thing." For more communication tips about intimacy, read How to Have the Sex Talk with Your Teen. Is it normal for my 17-year-old son to have a different girlfriend every few months? Sure it's normal, but that doesn't mean you should ignore it.