Teen dating someone older

25-May-2020 04:11

Online teen dating is a great opportunity to meet new people and a love of your life.If you are 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 or 18 years old, then come along and sign up to Crush Zone, the most open teen dating community and social network.I understand 100% that she's at an age where she wants independence and to be treated as an adult, and I get that that would make her defensive if she thinks people are questioning her 'adult' decisions. We went to college together, have a daughter who will turn 5 in the fall, and just celebrated our 15th anniversary a couple of days ago.Not saying these results are Just chiming in too - I met my now husband when I was 16 and he was 21, on the internet no less!She has swung from wanting to stay in, being depressed, to wanting to be out of our house 24/7.Well, not quite 24/7, we have rules – she has a curfew (which she has never missed), and we have expectations about how much time she spends having family time.

But we've now been together nearly 12 years, have two children and finally got married last year. Help her see the value of not agreeing to marriage or a long-term relationship until she is 30. Although, to be fair, at 17 I was far more mature than my age cohorts just because of all I had been through.This is a massive ongoing case with social services, my SO and I, in addition to having the 17YO living with us, have the younger two for two nights a week.It supposed to be so that mum (dad does nothing) can tackle things at home, in reality, she goes out drinking.It’s important to note, we receive no support (financial or otherwise) from any government agency or the girls parents We are simply expected to help, and we feel forced (though, even without the pressure, we would still do so because we love the kids) to continue to help for fear of what us stepping back would cause. We are close, more like sisters, but she respects my parental authority. But, lets be honest, calling social services on your own mum and dad, being threated, moving out, having your parents quite literally ignore you for months on end, will mess you up a little.

I have battled for months to get her therapy – this has only just started.She seeks male approval – she has relationships with boys that are just, bad. She’s lied about him to both my SO and I – and lied about where she has been going and who with. I don’t know how to keep her safe if she's not truthful with me and I’m scared that she’s making a massive mistake here. I'm really really concerned that she'll immediately shut down about it and I just don't know how to reach her if she's actively lying to us.