Most Helpful Guy
Well, it's to be expected. Part of being an adult is being mature and responsible enough to handle those kinds of situations, but at 16 he's still basically a kid with a drivers license.
Should 16 year old know how to treat girls? Absolutely, yes.
Is it realistic to expect them to know how to treat girls? No.
Relationships at that age are where people learn how to treat each other... you screw up some, you learn, you figure out what relationships really are...
Getting a girl pregnant at that age would be terrifying I'm sure, and the natural instinct when a kid (again, 16 is basically a kid) breaks something or makes a mistake thats gonna get him in trouble is to run away from it, not stick around and rectify the situation.
I wouldn't say the behavior is OK simply because he's 16/17 but it's what most people would probably expect.
Glad she's not pregnant, too...
Most Helpful Girl
Not at all. You make adult decisions, you face adult consequences.