release date is july 25th & it's good for the whole family go see it." PHOTOS: Unlikley celebrity couples The self-described "wild child" has also had her hand in charity since the age of 14.Q: My 14-year-old daughter has recently begun to date a young man who is 18.They have their own place, get on great, and they've been together about 2 years.
(She already feels we do not have the right to “pick her friends.”) A: Allowing a fourteen-year-old to date an adult is very likely unwise.
Although she will no doubt disagree, your daughter’s worldliness is probably limited, and she may be quite naïve in terms of relationships and potential sexual matters.
The young man may be a terrific person, but most likely his experience is significantly greater than your daughter’s and she may be thrown into making adult decisions as a young adolescent.
On the very slight chance, though, that his maturity level is much lower than his age would predict — and to be totally fair to both your daughter and her friend — it may be wise to meet him.
It is considered extremely socially unacceptable and suspect for anyone in college or in the work world to be dating a 16 year old child who is still in high school.
By doing so, one opens oneself up to easy accusations of child rape.We hesitate to tell her she can’t see him, yet her father and I do not feel comfortable with the age difference.Is it fair to tell her that she can’t go out with him?It is not intended to provide an alternative to professional treatment or to replace the services of a physician, psychiatrist or psychotherapist.For the past 4 or 5 months I've been seeing guys 3-6 years older than myself. I've been asked out by a 26 year old and I'm not sure if that's too old. Around 23 or 24 for kids and maybe younger for marriage.It is also illegal for the 18 year old to bring the 16 year old to an R-rated or NC-17 movie.