17 year old boy dating 13 year old girl

20-Aug-2016 08:54

When your teenage daughter has an interest in a boy who is older than her, it is easy to become concerned.

we both have depression, both have and still cut, and we both have tried to commit suicide. not to mention that if your relationship ever became sexual you would go to jail for statutory ra/pe and you would forever have a record as a child molester for the rest of your adult life.

Well, she has blossomed now into a gorgeous, tall bombshell (I hate to say it) but since she joined Performing Arts, and gotten lead roles, it has really boosted her self esteem.

Anyhow, my daughter has finally found her "soul mate" friends (she says) that really understand her and has been texting them (2 in particular) at all hours. I am very close with my daughter and started seeing something "more" going with her feelings wise for the 17 year old who played her opposite as the lead in the past play, where they also shared a kissing scene, multiple times.

Both of these options present problems, and thus are not ideal for either child.

Talk to your son about what types of things are appropriate for a 17-year-old to do in a healthy relationship and why that would conflict with someone who is younger than him.

we both have depression, both have and still cut, and we both have tried to commit suicide. not to mention that if your relationship ever became sexual you would go to jail for statutory ra/pe and you would forever have a record as a child molester for the rest of your adult life.

Well, she has blossomed now into a gorgeous, tall bombshell (I hate to say it) but since she joined Performing Arts, and gotten lead roles, it has really boosted her self esteem.

Anyhow, my daughter has finally found her "soul mate" friends (she says) that really understand her and has been texting them (2 in particular) at all hours. I am very close with my daughter and started seeing something "more" going with her feelings wise for the 17 year old who played her opposite as the lead in the past play, where they also shared a kissing scene, multiple times.

Both of these options present problems, and thus are not ideal for either child.

Talk to your son about what types of things are appropriate for a 17-year-old to do in a healthy relationship and why that would conflict with someone who is younger than him.

She has always been young for her age and had a tough time identifying with other girls and kids at her school (we had issues of bullying- mostly to her being shy) in which we switched her schools in 3rd grade.