My mom is okay with it, but I'm worried that my dad might not be ready to let me date.
My dad and I are moving to another state while my sister finishes high school, so this will become a big problem! " -Stephanie, 13 is thrilling and gives you those good butterflies in your stomach.
It’s also a good reason to take a relationship with someone older or younger at a slow pace.
While your mom might hope that you don't start dating until you're an adult and out of the house, chances are that you'll begin your first romance during the teen years.
There are tons of changes that happen in your life, and you may never really get used to the idea though you will likely adapt to your new life eventually.
One thing that makes the process even harder though is when you parents start to date other people.
But in the end, you know they only do it because they love you.
You have met the most amazing person, and you totally NEED to go out with him/her. Do your parents even allow you to go out and "date?
Before you ask out the object of your affection, or say, "yes" to someone who's interested in you, go through this checklist of questions to make sure you're ready to handle whatever might happen in your new relationship.
Make sure you tell him what is going on clearly and how you exactly feel – and about it.
" Are you ready to handle the pressures of hanging out -- and possibly hooking up -- with someone?