Lately i have been seeing... most of posts about looks, personality, sex. WTF... is it good for them to use girlsaskguys... sure light knowledge about dating n relationship will help... but aren't they too young?,,, they don't even know wtf life is? n god forbid if some young kid got in some serious problem?
by the way i m especially targeting 13 -15 age range
i try to convince them that they r young n immature... n try to not be negative about them
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On other hand she consulted gag first... but she should have consulted her mother first... that's one of the reasons for social divide by the way today's families... please share ur opinions.. read her ques's cmnts. all bieng
Most Helpful Girl
Well, if you read the question, you'd see it's not her dad. This is a man that she has known for a few days who has suddenly moved into her home and is calling her pet names like 'sweetie' and 'little one'. To a 14 year old girl, yes, that behaviour is incredibly creepy.
There are lots of reasons why someone might not be comfortable talking to their parent for something like that - for example, in this situation, she may feel that her mother will simply brush her aside and support her new boyfriend. I know that if that situation happened with my mother, she would be absolutely furious with me and would call me every name under the sun for even thinking that her partner wasn't trustworthy. You don't know the girl's relationship with her mother, she knows better than you how she would react. For all you know, encouraging her to tell her mom is encouraging her to walk directly into the path of abuse, you have to consider the situation from all possible angles.
This way, she was able to get other people's opinions. She didn't know whether she was overreacting - now she can see whether people agree with her that she should tell her mother, she knows that it's not all in her head. Speaking to people on here was really no different for her than speaking to a child's hotline who would give her the same type of support.
Questions where underage people post inappropriate pictures of themselves are obviously wrong and us mods do our best to protect them and keep that stuff offline. However, in this particular girl's situation, she did the right thing by asking for advice from adults.0
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I have learned a lot while using this site. I am happy to have the opportunity to use this website. I never give advice on what I can't give advice on, and I respect other users. Giving us the opportunity to learn "what life is" is important. Not everyone is so "young n immature" as you say. There are plenty of people who are. I'm not saying I'm not immature, but using this website and learning about life is what is making me more mature. Learning about what people to befriend, and what people to avoid, and what people think about certain subjects that I want to learn more about. It sounds like you want the minimum age to go up to 16? Well, I am definitely not on here for purely sexual and looks based reasons. Interacting with adults is good for my developing mind. Sure, I might run into some content that is not relevant to the way I'm living, but who knows? I could quite possibly be put in a situation someday that was discussed on here. I feel that others of my age group feel to some degree the feelings and opinions I express. Besides, I'm sure that most of the people who say that we are too young would want to be entitled to the same respect and privilege as we are if they were our age.1
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