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If this sort of negotiation doesn’t work, you may need to accept your parents’ or caregivers’ rules, at least for now.
A Kids Help Phone counsellor may be able to help you work out an approach to dating that your parents or caregivers can agree to at 1-800-668-6868.
It is young for a dedicated relationship, but not for a relaxed teaming up in an adolescent society. My mom and I didn't and still don't at age 36. He told me he doesn't like her like that and I do believe him. I always had lots of male family members my age, and I was comfortable having lots of male friends.
Meanwhile, relax; teens luckily grow out of it by age 20. As people have said, having a boyfriend means different things to different age groups so maybe you should find out what she thinks it means. This dating thing is an issue for me and it's something I have to put deep thought into because I was a teen parent. Since having boys around was never an issue with my parents, it was never an issue with me.
While some teens may be OK with not dating, others may feel frustrated or angry.
It’s a good idea to try to find realistic solutions.
• “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.