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Most likely early one-on-one dating will lead to heartache.
Let’s face it- there are only two options to romantic boy/girl relationships- one- they will end up in marriage. The former is far less likely to happen than the latter, especially the younger the people are who are involved.
The girls can attend football games, bonfires, skating parties with boys, and a few astute, warm and friendly chaperone parents.
Girls and boys of teenaged age can do service work, meet in study groups, work together in clubs of mutual interest.
They attend supervised dances, skating parties and the like.
These social situations are healthy and normal, and encourage girls to see young men as people and friends first, not just as romantic interests.
in Catholic parent, children, Christianity, dance, dating, Family, get the girl, Important family issues, life, love, manners, parenting, Raising daughters, Relationships, Uncategorized ≈ 29 Comments (Part II begins here) Before I get started and offer some teenaged dating rules for girls, I want to say a couple things. I’ve been asked about this topic many times, when I talk to mom’s groups, in casual conversations, and in emails. I am sharing here what is now morphing into our own family’s dating rules for girls, either formally or informally.
That’s the motivation of this post- to answer the people who have asked me the question of what we do.
What’s more, and along the same lines, a girl’s positive relationship with her brothers also helps her develop healthy personal and social relationships with males, which helps later on in her life.In other words, they’ll be better able to handle it.This is not to say that boy/girl relationships are totally off limits before age 18. Girls can meet en masse with young men at Steak and Shake, Burger King or the local pizza place, at the homes of (carefully chosen) friends for get-togethers , with parents present…whom the girls’ parents know…and who share similar values.If her father is loving and protective, and pays appropriate attention to her by cheering her on in her accomplishments, whether those accomplishments are in soccer or dance or something else…compliments her on her femininity, telling her she looks pretty in a dress when she does or that he notices and likes her new haircut, he is encouraging her to take care of herself and value herself.When a girl values herself by being valued first by her father (both for she accomplishes), this sets a lifelong trend of a girl having self respect.