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Behavior in dating

When our teenagers start dating, it opens up a whole new world of challenges for parents.

When my 13-year-old son started dating recently, we assured him that it was perfectly normal to feel nervous.

We told him to think about it like he was merely at school hanging out with a friend and reminded him that his date was probably just as nervous as he was.

” try saying “Choose your partner carefully and make sure you feel certain it’s a person you think you’ll still be talking to a month from now.” Short and sweet points are critical here because your teen will be cringing.

It’s important from a young age that we teach our children the value of their own bodies.

Saying “you are the boss of your body” to both your daughters and sons teaches physical boundaries.

These statements will stick with your children throughout their lives.

Our children know way more about sex these days than we ever did (thanks internet! However, this doesn’t mean that parents are off the hook for having that uncomfortable talk about sex.

I recommend that instead of saying “Do not have sex!

Always teach your children that if they don’t have anything nice to say, they shouldn’t say anything at all.

There is no need to comment on others’ appearances, outfits, skin or hair.

After studying a lot of book in women psychology and behavior, I have come to a conclusion that behaviors and personality traits are determined by our DNA and some by our social conditioning. By not buckling to women’s expectations of you actually creates attraction. Keep in mind that there is a GOOD reason why women use these tactics.