Most parents have some fears of the day their child will start dating.
It is the big sign that they’re growing up and are entering adulthood.
Christians, start to call me a hypocrite, and my spirit for Christ starts to die.
plus, I tried talking to someone online about being a Christian and even quoted a few scripture verses to her, but she criticized me and said that she was an atheist and that she had a very poor opinion of Christians.
However, even among Christians, there are differences as to whether you should or should not date.
The choice is up to you and your parents, but Christian teens should still know God’s perspective on dating.
but assuming that they like you in the way that you want them to…
well, that usually leads to them actually liking you!
Make sure your child understands what it means to be in a loving and supporting relationship.It seems as though every teenager in today's age is always looking for love.As a senior in a public high school, and as a person that has spent almost 12 years of my life in the public school system, I can confidently make that statement.Young relationships always are so great in the beginning, but it always seems to end up with a lot of fighting and bickering.Why spend all of that time fighting with someone, when you can be productive doing something and being happy? However, because we are young we are always going to be on the look-out for someone of the opposite sex that makes us happy." and "Why can't more people just be happy without having to have someone else?