You might be surprised by how many parents—particularly Christian parents—are giving their daughters stricter relationship boundaries.
There are lots of reasons why, I think, but the bottom line is that your parents care about you and want you to have the best shot at a love story.
The curtain came down on the ballet and everyone in the theatre stood and clapped.
Sharon took Brenda’s hand, threading their fingers together and Brenda felt suddenly calmer.
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Teens are more successful with relationships when they are doing something together.
The single most important aspect of keeping a relationship alive for teens, or adults, is to be engaged in an activity they both enjoy.
And it can also help to know you’re not the only one living under relationship lockdown—even though I know it can feel like that at school, where it seems like EVERYone else is dating. At this point, I see two choices: Choice #1: You can stick to the rules your parents are giving you (no dating for now).
But the truth is, there are a lot of girls who won’t date in high school (because their parents won’t let them, they choose not to, or because no one asks them out). Choice #2: You can disobey your parents and date behind their backs.
God’s blessings will make your heart rich and won’t have a bitter aftertaste like sin does.
So even though you may never agree with your parents’ rules, I hope you realize that they do love you.
This usually happens around sixteen to seventeen years of age.