Puberty dating

That way, you won’t have to figure it out in the heat of the moment.

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If your AS daughter has few friends, she may be desperate for attention unfortunately, she may attract the wrong type of attention.

All AS teens, boys and girls, tend to interpret what people say literally.

For example, a girl may be constantly "busy" when your son asks her for a date; but he may not understand that this is a polite rejection.

Unless a girl states flatly that she does not want to date your son, he may continue to call and hound her creating an unpleasant situation for all involved.

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Also, girls may use indirect language or hints to indicate that your son is moving too fast or that they have little interest in a relationship.

Unfortunately, AS teens often misinterpret or completely miss indirect language and hints.

It’s fun for now, but in time you’ll probably feel disappointed. The more you get to know each other, the stronger your feelings.

One major issue that comes up in middle and high school is dating and the onset of puberty.

They also have a tendency to believe what people say.

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