16 and 13 year old dating
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A 16 year old is far too mature to be interested in a 13…We require doors to be open in the family room (or wherever they are) when he’s over, but I can’t be aware every time she sees him or when she’s out with friends.I am trying to figure out if I need to accept that they are going to make out, and that this is normal, or should I try to be more intrusive.But wherever teens fall on this spectrum, parenting can feel like a constant calibration of limits and freedom.
You’ve started the good work of setting clear limits around what your daughter and her boyfriend are permitted to do in your home.
This may mean setting limits around how much time she spends with her boyfriend.