Where parents and teens tend to disagree is the method of getting to that wedding day.
However parents do need to keep in mind that falling in love is part of God's plan.
He had prayed for an opportunity to talk to her alone—without her three brothers around. “Oh, okay,” Julie replied, in cryptic teenage fashion. “Have you thought through how far you are going to go, physically, with the opposite sex? They wanted to encourage her to make the right ones. He knew his wife always got the mail, but Julie was acting like a basketball team ahead by one point in the fourth quarter, hoping the clock would run out. Our teens do not go out on a date every Friday and Saturday night.
Here is some advice as your child enters into this new experience: According to the Bible, it is God's will that people fall in love and get married (1 Corinthians 7:1-7).
But it’s important to remember that they do still need you now and this is a normal development phase of the teen years.
There are also things you can do to make dating easier for both of you.
Talk to your teen about what a good relationship is.
While you may think your teen already knows how to date, they probably don’t.