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
Be calm. Stay supportive. Watch the rollercoater ride. Be there when the ride is over. Don't say, 'I told you so'.
it happens , he will get over it<br />
its part of growing up
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.
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
Right on the money!
Leave it alone, thee only way u learn about life, is by making mistakes, n getting hurt, helps in the growing process
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.
They all run fall down get owie, run again fall again get owie again, then run fall down get owie again... what are you going to do, interfere with the learning process? If he is intelligent, tell him once to finish his education, get a car a job and a house, THEN maybe to begin pay attention to girls if he has to. After that, just watch. Sometimes they just have to pee on the electric fence a few times to get it.
keep out of it, let him learn the hard way - tough love -