boys?

Jade - posted on 03/03/2015 ( 2 moms have responded )

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hi I'm 13 years old & want to talk about boys. I'm 13 years old & recently started talking to this boy he's also 13 & we go to the same school. we have became really close recently & both found we had feelings for each other. we have decided if we were to date we would want to wait & make sure we got to know esxhother better first. I respect him & he respects me & we have already set boundaries on us dating. I have a lot of respect for my parents & would never do anything behind their back. I'm an A/B student & do sports I do not get in any sort of trouble. I just find it hard to talk to my parents about this stuff. I know I should just introduce him as a friend first but how do I do that? I would definently tell my mom first because it's easier to talk to her about this stuff but how do I ask to hangout with some guy they don't know? but having him over would be weird because my house is pretty hectic with little kids & my parents are kinda awkward.

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Jade - posted on 03/03/2015

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thanks chancelina you're 100% right. my prioritys are not some boy. & thank you for the stories really made me think some more :)

Chancelina - posted on 03/03/2015

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Hello beautiful, It is normal to have these feelings, but any and all outings need to be supervised. I have a 14 year old daughter who thought two boys were going to be her forever mates...and it didn't happen. The first BF at 13, we supervised all outings which were not very many because he seemed to have an unusual busy schedule..but when he broke up with her she cried for a week...her grades suffered..They talked about all kinds of things...marrying etc. A few months afterwards she met another boy at youth group in Dec..She has seen him 3 times since Christmas. Just tonight he told her "It wasn't worth it. They don't see each other and they don't text that often." #1 - Every time there was some opportunity to meet at church or youth group...he bailed for sickness, homework or some other reason. #2 - They have only seen each 2 or 3 times in 5 months. Yet he couldn't respond and come to her birthday party (the mom never responded either). Don't get your heart too caught up in this boy. Talk to your mom, ask her to listen and not comment... when things are quiet. I wish you all the best., but just know that 13 year old boys are not as mature as 13 year old girls. Talk to your mom or another adult your parents approve of...You have your entire life to have boyfriends, to break up with them or vise-versa. When my daughter sits down and says...mom...this is really important. I am all ears. I want to blurt out all kinds of things, but I don't. I am sure your parents will listen if you give them a chance. Her dad isn't really open to any kind of "boyfriend" but he has a heart.

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