analogy on dating - Stop dating bad boys
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One son was dating a girl for a short time who said that for Christmas she didn’t want a present. Yes, that means what you think it can not possibly mean. In talking with my friends who are also mothers of teenage boys, this is not uncommon.
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When my kids were younger and the subject of them dating would come up I would say that I wasn’t going to allow dating until they were married. My only experiences thus far in the teenage world of dating has been as the mother of boys. Either that or her brothers will scare off any boy that dares to come near her. They are the ones pressuring the girls to go further.
And my hope is that having six brothers takes the mystery out of boys and that she won’t want to date, knowing that they are gross, farting, burping, smelly creatures. Typically we think of boys as being the aggressors in dating situations.
While some women say they want a nice guy, they usually end up dating bad boys. No one can always be that nice unless they're a saint. Most people lead boring, predictable lives, so they're attracted to people who are exciting and a bit unpredictable. However, instead of doing this with children, they often end up doing it with bad boys. Nice guys' fear of losing their woman sends the exact opposite message.