Emotionally, yes. Physically, not really. But this is why girls and women typically find mates one to two years older than they are.
by KayeKeatley 8 years ago
How young is too young to be having sex for teens these days? As a mother of an 18 and 16 year old I'm curious. Do you start in middle school? Freshman year of high school? I was sophmore year of high school and was no where near prepared for what things happened to me,...
by jake13edward 7 years ago
Do girls mature quicker than boys ?Well do they
by Earl S. Wynn 7 years ago
Why does it physically hurt when you miss someone?
by breathe2travel 5 years ago
Do you think children are being exposed to more "mature content" earlier?My daughter's middle school yearbook reflects the for both the 7th and 8th grade the favorite movie title for the year: The Hangover II. I was literally surprised - surprised parent let 7th graders view the...
by lrohner 3 years ago
My son is 19 going on 10. Do teen boys ever grow up???I've been a single mom 4ever, have successfully raised two girls, and yet my 19 year old son leaves me perplexed. Advice puleeze?
by VidaLovesLife 6 years ago
Why are baby boys more preferred than baby girls?I read an article from a magazine that globally, most would-be parents prefered boys than girls.
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