This way, you're not singling him out as someone you don't want her to date.
And let her know that if it's a group activity she can go, but no 1-on-1 dates just yet. And, hopefully, he doesn't want any more than that from her. I don't think what he looks like physically has anything to do with it. If he's an immature 17 year old, he might act more as if he's 15. A 17 yr old boy is in a completely different place hormonally, developmentally, etc. She'll get over it Yes, it's so easy to 'state it' to them, BUT when the time comes to actually enforce it, it's sooooo hard, because they get sooooo pissed at you, like you are ruining their life & I don't want to create 'distance' between her & I and her starting to not tell me anything or her trying to sneak out, because I forbid her dating a guy!
And there are a lot of different types of “dating” to deal with.
Here are 5 things that seniors have learned about college dating; freshmen and freshmen-to-be, take note! If someone asks you out, it’s a good idea to accept, even if you wouldn’t normally give him or her a chance. Take a chance and say yes to the girl who’s always reading on the quad. Opening yourself up to people you wouldn’t typically date or hang out with might surprise you.
It’s all about being free to move on whenever you please.
But be warned: a regular hookup doesn’t mean professing your love for one another is the next step.
Let’s be honest: dating in college is a lot more complicated than dating in high school.
So are some other old prom-era chestnuts: Teen boys are primarily—obsessively?
WAKE UP The baloney head rubs his hands together and says oh boy have I got the right sucker.
This society is going NO WHERE ...a revolving dead end ...relationship disaster....everybody knows that....
She hung out with other high school friends, at play.
I let her go to his play (I was there, to check this kid out).