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Mamafear Mamafear 36-40, F 11 Answers Feb 22, 2013 in Dating & Relationships

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Sorry to say, but almost every teenager is like this. I've tried telling them that it's not right to claim something like love or anything like that. It's a stage and is actually a good lesson to learn. As a parent you should offer the advice you can and if he gets hurt, be there for him and tell him to just learn from experiences

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Exactly

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Be calm. Stay supportive. Watch the rollercoater ride. Be there when the ride is over. Don't say, 'I told you so'.

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it happens , he will get over it<br />
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its part of growing up

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My advice is to say nothing to him on this subject. A 13 year old boy has to experience these emotions and learn to handle its eventual breakup. Try not to take it too seriously.

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Thanks for such a quick and helpful answer! I am already cross with her for hurting him. He's a gentle quiet boy (still calls me Mama). She is quite sensual and seductive (I can't even do seductive and I'm forty!)

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Life's little ups and downs are what build character in a young person. They must learn how to deal with rejection, as well as happiness, etc., on their own -- or else they will never truly "grow up". Sorry, I did not intend to sound as though I am lecturing you .... you know this already without my having to state the obvious for you. Cheers, ...... AnonymousButCandid

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Right on the money!

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Leave it alone, thee only way u learn about life, is by making mistakes, n getting hurt, helps in the growing process

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It's life - don't worry, let him grow up on his own....everyone needs to experience love & heartbreak and everything life have to offer.

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keep out of it, let him learn the hard way - tough love -

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