Tanya, 19, Orlando As wonderful as your young friend might be, the smart decision would be to walk--actually run--away from the relationship: It's illegal.So, yes, you can get in trouble if you were to pursue a physical relationship with him. Even if you and he had absolutely nothing in common, he'd be interested in you.She has written numerous articles giving advice to parents about working with their teens and maintaining healthy relationships.The advice given above are from Witmer's blog entries in 20 respectively.I will give you the benefit of the doubt because you're writing and asking whether or not this is right, which tells me that your heart is pure-- you're just lonely for a certain kind of attention, and this boy is the one who happens to be giving it to you.So let's focus on how you can make a connection like this with a guy your own age so you can let your young friend do the same.I'm looking forward to seeing all you accomplish in your senior year and beyond.
A child will often keep the relationship secret, fearing the parents' judgment about the age difference and avoiding an awkward or heated conversation about this topic.
Clearly, there is something about him that you really like.
Q: My daughter is 15, and I recently found out that she has started dating a 19-year-old boy.
Every situation is going to be different and how parents handle their daughter's dating relationships is going to be up to them.
Let's look at the advice given by parents in two real life examples.