Parents and dating rules

Tell daughters that they should only go on one-on-one dates when they know that they can trust the guy not to try anything funny with them. Be upfront about plans Your kid should volunteer information on where they will be, who they are with and what they plan to do, so that you’ll have peace of mind.Dr Lim points out that for safety reasons, “Teens should be accountable and inform parents of their whereabouts and plans.”4.Check these stories out, too…Is he watching porn ― what should I do?

Explain to your young ’un that should have no qualms introducing their date to you as long as he or she doesn’t have a bad rep.Plus, the closed door will make it is easier for teenagers to get, well, carried away...Dr Lim states, “Whilst teenagers are entitled to their privacy, they must also be accountable.” And if your child wants switch on the air-conditioning in sweltering Singapore, Dr Lim suggests that junior leave his/her room door slightly ajar.6.Even though your teenager is a Christian, it does not necessarily mean he or she can make dating decisions without guidance.Here is some advice as your child enters into this new experience: According to the Bible, it is God's will that people fall in love and get married (1 Corinthians 7:1-7).Keep to the curfew Apply a curfew ― so that they can show you they can be trusted to follow the rules and be back by an agreed time.

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