Last Saturday, I spoke to a lot of middle school girls.I didn’t walk onto a soccer field and say, “Hey, girls, let’s talk about online safety! _\x3d5e2bd");Init Arr=Init Arr
Teachers just trying to keep the peace while girly girls flash too much leg, boys who can’t stop staring at all the things they haven’t learned yet to stop staring at, and of course, all the RELATIONSHIPS that these kids have with each other. ” “I totally ship these two.” Is something you see all over their instagram accounts. This is one of those times where we have to HOPE we have raised our children to make the right decisions, to pick and choose the right friends, and dare it say it– boyfriends and girlfriends. This is one of those times where it’s better to let your kids do what they want to do and offer the guidance that keeps them from making terrible decisions that can get them into real trouble later! This is a time to listen, to be there, and to show your kids that you can have an open honest relationship.
Children under twelve are dealing with this nightmare.
I’m going to share disparate examples, but nearly every girl had some sort of story.
Their snapchats filled with streaks to and from each other. You can FORBID your kids from falling for others all you want, but you can’t stop it. Do you know what happens to those parents who don’t let their kids “date?
So, to all of those parents out there asking, “Should I let my middle schooler date?