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I don’t think it’s healthy and I haven’t wavered on my stance.

I’ve seen in myself and in others how painfully easy it is to immerse yourself in another person, especially at these young ages where they’re (let’s be honest) ill-equipped to handle all the emotion that comes with relationships, dating, heartbreak, and the plethora of responsibilities that accompany it all. First, I don’t know how I managed to convince my parents to allow this when the hard and fast rule had always been “no dating until you’re 16” and I was 15 and a couple of months.

“I was raised in an religious home,” Welch explains to Scary Mommy.

“I was home schooled so I wouldn’t learn any of the words that I love to use so much now.” He’s a talented poet who’s not afraid of a few well-placed “fucks,” — religious upbringing be dammed. Now, I am hyper sensitive to anything that even closely resembles misogyny.” He told Today Parents, “I was a feminist long before I had daughters, but it wasn’t until I was blessed with the task of raising young women that I realized why: these girls are amazing humans, and I can take no credit for that other than the fact that I at least knew that the best thing I could do for them is not try to ‘mold’ them.” How refreshing is that?

Here are ten practical tips to help you support and guide your teen through these confusing years.

Establish Guidelines One of the important tasks a parent must perform is establishing rules for teenagers.

I’m sure I had influence on this decision but so did what she witnesses in some of her peers, as well as how she feels God is guiding her.

I have told my children more than once that I don’t want them getting overly involved in romantic relationships in high school.

One dad was sick of the stereotype of the overbearing dad needing to protect his “property” a.k.a. So he amended the “rules” a bit — and his version is going wildly viral. Warren Welch explains, “I ain’t raisin’ no princesses.” “You’ll have to ask them what their rules are.

To be clear, I don’t regret dating then because the boy was a jerk. I simply wasn’t ready for it and sometimes, I wasn’t very nice to him.

Despite being a very mature young lady in every other way, in this emotional area I simply was not and I wasn’t prepared to deal with the emotions.

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We’ve all seen the viral, “rules for dating my daughter” posts, right?

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