Dating When Parents Don't Allow It In 6th Grade

Ok so I'm a 6th grader and I'm dating this guy, but my parents don't allow me to date. At least until I'm 15. And I'm 12. So if they found out, I would get in HUGE trouble. But my question is, how can I see my boyfriend outside of school by not getting caught by my parents, who don't allow me to have a boyfriend?

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by: Anonymous

Hey precious =)
it seems like in your life right now you've come to that season... boy season. Hahah whatever that means.

But this relationship you have with you think it's worth compromising you're relationship with you're parents for it?

I'm in year 11 now, past that age of 15 but still haven't dated yet.

Why not? Cause I believe I'm not ready for relationship. And I have not yet found or been introduced to him.

I know this is probably not the answer you're looking for but please consider and honor what you're parents say. Also consider you're heart and where you are with you're journey with God.

My youth leader once told me that we will never be able to love another person in a healthy way until we first know who we are and we ourselves are whole.

by: Karolyn

Hey, I'm Karolyn and i'm 13. I know that almost every girl in the world in their teens and our age like guys but i've noticed that all of these relationships NEVER last. I have a friend that's had like seven boyfriends...she just continues to find guys and then when one dumps her she finds the next one she likes... and sometimes she even likes other guys while she's dating another one. Dating right now can get really complicated fast. So many people i know think dating isn't a big deal but when you date you give a piece of your heart away to that guy...that probably won't be your husband. So my question for everybody is what's the point of dating if you know that you're gonna get dumped?
So that's what i believe. YOu may still want you're boyfriend but going behind your parents back will only make the situation worse. And if you get caught they might raise your dating age.
Exodus 20:12 Honor your father and mother; so that you may live long in the land the lord your God has given you.
I really do understand that feeling that you have to have a boyfriend but for once...maybe it isn't so bad to be different. I know you really like that boy but what i've learned about teenage guys is that they don't really treat you like they should. They're not mature yet. I know there could be the occational guy that's already mature or whatever but everything is so much simpler if you wait...thanks for reading.
John 8:12
“When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”

by: unknown

just tell them you are going to a friend or just don't date

by: Lily Byrnes

Your parents have a reason not to date at 6th grade i did and i mostly reget it.

by: Hailey

There is this boy that is cute and he told me that he liked me and we are also very good frinends right now. My parents don't want me dating in sixth grade but I want to.

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