What do you think of mothers who push their teenage daughters to date &/or enter into relationships
when the latter is clearly not interested in dating at all but only desire to concentrate on their education & future career? What do you think of mothers who deem their daughters to be slow because the latter aren't interested in dating at this point of their lives?
I think dating should be a personal choice of every teenager. Forcing daughters for dating is a stupid concept. I think that such mothers need a counseling who considers their daughter slow for not dating with the guys like most of the teenagers do.
Everybody have their share of preferences, likes and dislikes and growth in a teenager is normal only when they are given freedom to act according to their wishes.
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by Tsvetana Kodjabasheva 5 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
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