Some of her suggestions:-It's okay to date and be in relationships with those who do not share the same faith or even the same level of spirituality.(While we Catholics welcome those of other faiths and traditions, the foundation for a marriage must be Christ at its center and complementing faith paves the way for a stable relationship with understanding.
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And please know that we'll do our best to assist you during this transition. I still don't think she is too interested in boys, but if one of those little teen crushes comes about, what should our stance be? Do you allow your high school age kids to go out in a group with people of the opposite sex? We are considering no dating until college, but then it seems that it would be hard to go through your first ever date or break up without mom there to walk you through it, doesn't it?
Okay, fire away with advice...including that she is way too young for us to even be thinking about this!
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