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The reasons may be religious, cultural or personal.

For these families, the issue of dating isn’t up for negotiation.

It is quite eye opening that starting down a path that even she doesn't understand at this point could take her places she doesn't really want to go.

Encourage her that there is plenty of time later for boys, and let her get more involved in a hobby, sport, activity, or interest instead. I think "having a boyfriend" can mean different things to different people.

Many parents are concerned when their 13 year old wants to have a boyfriend.

Would they let you go to a movie with a group if an adult is there?• “My parents/caregivers don’t like the person I’m dating.” Knowing your parents or caregivers don’t like the person you’re dating can be hard to deal with. Maybe they’re concerned about: • “My parents/caregivers are worried about pregnancy or STIs.” Pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are risks of being sexually active.Your parents or caregivers want to keep you safe and healthy.(08/30/2007) By Kathy In 1970 my 14-year-old daughter got pregnant. The baby girl was born on Easter Sunday, March 29, 1970. But, I would subtly encourage the single life at that age. Let her have lots of girl friends over and have plenty of other outlets to express herself without needing to think about boys. Do silly off-the-wall things with her that you can giggle about so she can learn to appreciate her own individuality. Make sure she understands that she doesn't need a boyfriend to prove anything to herself or anybody else.

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Dating today is nothing like it was in my parent's generation: now it's all about how far you go sexually with a person when it used to be about going out and experiencing life together.