Dennis approach to dating
In forming our own convictions as parents about dating, it’s not good enough for us to just back off a step or two from what the world says is acceptable.
We believe there are four convictions regarding dating that all parents should consider and uphold: 1.
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It also alerts the child that the parents are paying attention and have great interest in their son or daughter’s involvement with a person of the opposite sex.
The teenage years are not the time to be looking for a mate, or to form deep emotional romantic attachments.First, if your daughter knows in advance what you will be asking and is prepared for what it will be like, she will usually feel honored, protected, and loved.All our girls know this is normal procedure at our house. Second, because the interview takes place well before the date, dads can evaluate the young man’s character in advance.We’re told that our teens are old enough to begin making their own decisions, that parents who do get involved are old fashioned, intrusive, and “patriarchal.” To us, it seems, very few parents of teens are involved enough in their children’s dating relationships. Perhaps the best way to help corral your ideas on what to do about your child’s interaction with the opposite sex is to write out your family’s dating policy. Will you allow them to date another person exclusively? Too many parents today allow their children to develop exclusive guy-girl relationships at 13 or 14 because that’s what everyone else does. They can’t go out in a car alone.” But the pattern of romance and emotional involvement gets established.That’s why you need to be involved—because others parents aren’t! This will require some extended conversation between Mom and Dad. What about dating—are you going to let your kids date or not? As Ashley and then Benjamin and Samuel began adolescence, we looked more closely at this issue and over the years developed some family guidelines for the following: When a child can date, whom they should date, acceptable kinds of dates, telephone use, Internet communications, and so on. We (especially dads) need to interview our daughters’ dates.