Should parents make their teenagers break up w/their bf/gf?

United States
September 14, 2006 7:38pm CST
Should parents make a their teenagers break up with a bf/gf if they don't have real evidence or assume they have done wrong? or should they let them get it out of their system to get experience and not get in trouble later on for it?
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@tickedoff (672)
• United States
25 Sep 06
it would depend on the situation, if they were really into each other or just a passing thing. Because when teenagers get old enough to go to the clubs they always meet somebody they like better, and that will end the teenage romance.
@MrsFrizzle (1964)
• United States
25 Sep 06
Each situation should be handled accordingly. I mean some people are good for your children and some are not. Parents are not doing these things to make their children miserable. They are doing this out of fear and worry for their children. Parents have already been theri and done that and they do not want their children to make the same mistakes they did. They can not protect them from everything but you can not blame them really for trying. However I think telling them to break up only makes the attration stronger. Teenagers usaly date for a few weeks and then move on to someone new. Let them see for theirselves If this person is the right one. But as the teenager make sure you are always safe and protect yourself from getting hurt.