Others maintain that even a one-year age gap should be strictly forbidden in the teen-dating arena.Here, Circle of Moms members share different opinions on whether a hard line should be drawn on age difference, and if so, where. One of the first factors moms should consider before deciding whether you approve of your child's dating relationship is how mature both the boy and girl are, says Circle of Moms member Louise M. Grey has a Master of Science in counseling psychology from the University of Central Arkansas.He is also pursuing a Ph D and has a love for psychology, comic books and social justice.But then he garnered his faculties and decided to accept this reality.He would choose how to respond, and his choice would be to be cordial and cooperative.
One positive aspect of teenage dating is that it facilitates maturity in teens.He felt a surge of strength as he realized that handling himself in a dignified manner with both these men would be a bigger personal victory than if he met with Keith alone.This passage gives you a little insight into emotional maturity.If there's one thing that causes parents of teens stress, it's their adolescents' romantic relationships. says what's causing her the most angst is the fact that her 16-year-old daughter wants to date an 18-year-old. Some say maturity and compatibility will take care of all differences. This is a sticky issue, and one that has many Circle of Moms members split over what's acceptable and what's not.