He is a freshmen in college and she is a freshmen in high school. I thought that they were just friends until I did an little snooping and seen where they both tell each other that they love each other. My son is a very shy good looking kid who is probably flattered that this girl likes him. He's the type to fall for someone easily. I told him that it is illegal for him to be physical with her and he didn't want to talk about it. I think the girls mom is ok with it because she has taken him out to dinner a couple of times, I find that disturbing. The only way he can really see her is if I a drive him ( he has his permit and just failed his driving test for the 2nd time, I guess that's kind of good). This is really hard because he wants to see her today and I know that he will beg me to bring him to the park to meet up with her. Tomorrow is his birthday and I will hate to see him upset on his birthday.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:25 AM on Sep. 23, 2010 in Teens (13-17)
Get him some info about birth control methods and effetiveness. If you think you need to show him where and how to buy it. Condoms and foam together are over 99% effective. Tell him that if they ever have sex it is his responsibility to not get her pregnant and ruin their lives.
Planned Parenthood used to have this booklet about what all can happen to the the boy if they get a girl pregnant. Things like it being illegal if she is under a certain age and what could happen, how much child support adds up too, what custody battles are like, ect. You might see if that is online or find info like that. It impressed my boys. Just because they are dating doesn't mean they are having sex. I dated the same guy from the time I was 15 until almost 18 until I had sex.
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