What do I need to do about a 17 YOB that is a close family friend, that kissed my 14 year old daughter?
Kate CP - posted on 03/07/2012
I agree with the other ladies. I would encourage her to not be around him alone for a while as he may have feelings for her and it may make her (and him) uncomfortable. But I don't think he needs to be reprimanded or punished. She needs to learn to say no loudly and clearly and firmly when it comes to boys (or girls). If it happens again I would get concerned...but a one time thing is probably not that big of a deal.
Let her know that it is ok to tell him no and that it is ok to push him away if he won't listen.... and to tell you right away. I think I'd be supervising the situation a bit more closely as well whether she wanted to or not. Either way would concern me.
User - posted on 03/07/2012
She was comforting him about a girl he liked. He was crying and she gave him a hug. Then he said can I give you a kiss, thanking her. She thought he was just going to kiss her on the forehead. But it was on the lips. He is a good kid and she is too, but it freaked her out. She told him it was her first kiss that is why she freaked out, so he kissed her again.
We found out about it because she had mistakenly called me and did not know it. I heard the conversation between her and her friends.
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