Now at age fifteen he is “in love” with a girl he met at school.
What should parents do when their son is attracted to someone they feel is the wrong girl for him?
Above all, do not criticize her manners, dress, or behavior. As you are acting like she is a welcome guest in your home, your son mentally evaluates her against your family’s Christian values.
He doesn’t bring her by the house as he does his other friends.
You overheard enough of a phone conversation to know that she’s pushing him toward physical intimacy.
Besides, what you saw as an 'ideal' partner back in college may be totally different now!
" –Valeria Marquez, Facebook "Be okay with being by yourself.
If you really like her, just go with the flow and be yourself, regardless of whether “yourself” is a silly, dorky, immature 57-year old or a wise and mature 24.