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But even at 18, I feel like it's wierd that they'd date someone in their 20s. There is a HUGE difference between most 17 & 18 year olds, and most people in (even) their early 20s.

We make a LOT of changes, and rapidly, in those first years out of high school.

No parent looks forward to "the talk." But there are ways to make the conversation easier. Without freaking out, ask your daughter what having a boyfriend means to her, keeping your questions positive so she'll feel more comfortable sharing with you. Also, encourage her to confide in her dad or another trusted male. She told her stepmom that she let her boyfriend touch her and she touched him.

Check out these tips from Rosalind Wiseman, best-selling author, mom and Family Circle columnist, about how to help your child navigate the murky waters of relationships, sex—and, yes, love. Start teaching her that she deserves to be treated with respect, always. They broke up, then a few days later I heard her on the phone saying "I love you" to another boy. Right now, my favorites are The Girls' Guide to Guys (Three Rivers Press) and The Blueprint for My Girls in Love (Fireside) . For example, you each read a chapter and then talk about it.

Assuming he was a nice guy and responsible, I would not have a problem with it. They've been married for about 10 years and seem to be doing great...

ETA: Nevermind, I probably wouldn't even allow my future 14 year old to "date." It's inappropriate. When I was 14, I had some friends who were dating older high school boys (11th and 12th grade).

While I know there is no "one size fits all" rule regarding dating, I thinking that teenagers dating older people is generally a really bad idea.

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How much can you expect to improve in the two years between 9th and 11th grade?" or "Do you see kids acting like the ones in the book?" Also remember that your goal isn't to make your daughter feel ashamed for wanting a boyfriend. My 12-year-old confided in my brother that she had two boys in the house when we weren't there, which is totally against our rules. Suggest your brother have the following conversation with your daughter: "I know this is hard, but your mom needs to know about the boys in the house.What she needs is to understand why she's so pulled to have a relationship and how to maintain her boundaries while she's in one. She adores her uncle, and if I punish her she'll know where I got the information and stop talking to him. So I'd like you to tell her—alone or with me." Your daughter may respond by saying, "Do I really have to?" or "Okay, I'll do it when I'm 25." He should insist that it needs to be done within 48 to 72 hours or he will tell. " Instead, ask your daughter who's the best counselor at school.In most states, if she turns 15 before he turns 18, then it is probably perfectly legal for them to be together.