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This way, you're not singling him out as someone you don't want her to date.And let her know that if it's a group activity she can go, but no 1-on-1 dates just yet. And, hopefully, he doesn't want any more than that from her. I don't think what he looks like physically has anything to do with it. If he's an immature 17 year old, he might act more as if he's 15. A 17 yr old boy is in a completely different place hormonally, developmentally, etc. She'll get over it Yes, it's so easy to 'state it' to them, BUT when the time comes to actually enforce it, it's sooooo hard, because they get sooooo pissed at you, like you are ruining their life & I don't want to create 'distance' between her & I and her starting to not tell me anything or her trying to sneak out, because I forbid her dating a guy!Let’s be honest: dating in college is a lot more complicated than dating in high school.There are new rules, some of which are unspoken and not so obvious. She hung out with other high school friends, at play. I let her go to his play (I was there, to check this kid out).If you don't know what the boundaries are in your relationship, establish them before you end up in an uncomfortable situation. Remember that after high school, life changes dramatically.
High schools are full of rumors and drama - don't get sucked into arguments caused by something a friend of a friend might have seen. Most of bad break-ups and horrible fights of high school dating could have been avoided if the couple had made an effort to talk to one another about problems instead of jumping to conclusions. Don't push your boundaries, and don't let anyone else cross them.
When it comes to the definition of dating on college campuses, hooking up is typically much more common.
Casual relationships without commitment are what most guys and girls are looking for.
He hasn't asked her on a date, or even tried to see her after school..just texts her after work or his play.
So, if you can give me some ideas on how to handle this?
No one wants to be known as the 'dramatic couple that has epic battles by the soda machines every Tuesday.' It is really hard to keep up your grades and the respect of your classmates and teachers when you bring your relationship problems to class with you. Until you are 18 and move out of your house, your parents have final say in what you do and don't do. It is so easy to become so engulfed in a significant other that friends just don't seem as fulfilling anymore.