Sometimes, teens are tempted to comply with a date’s request to send nude photos.
Unfortunately, these photos can become public very quickly and unsuspecting teens can have their reputations ruined quickly.
While some teens can handle group dates at the age of 14, others aren’t quite mature enough to handle dating until they’re older.
Here are some things to consider when creating rules for your teen: If your teen's date pulls up and honks the horn from the driveway instead of coming in to meet you, make it clear that your teen isn't going on a date.
So, it’s important to inquire in a polite but straightforward manner what type of rules and supervision will be offered.
Technology can be problematic for teens involved in romantic relationships in several ways.
Have a conversation with the date’s parents to talk about their rules.
There’s usually a big difference in maturity level between a 14-year-old and an 18-year-old.
Know Who, What, Where, And When Make sure you have a clear itinerary for your teen’s date.
For younger teens, inviting a romantic interest to the house may be the extent of dating that is necessary.
Hang on a minute, wasn't online dating designed to reduce the complexities of finding a partner in the first place?
Technology and competition for this lucrative market has made a mockery of it.