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And while parents' dating advice may seem about as welcomed by teens as the swine flu, the research suggests the opposite—that young people not only value parental input, but tend to have healthier relationships when they receive parental advice.

When Haddad calls the parents, they can be unaware of just how distressed their child is.

When your kid starts talking seriously about really, REALLY liking someone at school, your best line of defense is to be prepared, and know that you might have to have this conversation with your kids a lot sooner than your parents had to have it with you.

Because we had a clear understanding that he made the rules and could repo my princess phone at any moment, I never broached the subject until I was 15 years and 10 months old. Because I’m often hardheaded and eternally optimistic, I went to my dad to see if we could bend the rules just a little bit. H.” I was crushed, but I knew that short of aliens inhabiting his body, nothing was going to change his mind. Two and a half years of high school dating still gave me plenty of opportunities to have my heart broken before going off to college.

'"(Even we’d take him up on that offer — need a chaperone?

My daughter was 11 when she went to her first school dance.

That's no simple task—kids seem to leapfrog from sweet curiosity about the opposite gender to demanding to know when they're allowed to date to holding hands, kissing and more.

When I was a kid my dad told me, in a voice steely in its reserve, that I could date when I was 16 and not a day sooner. A cute boy with feathered hair and a Lacoste shirt asked me out on a double date to see John Travolta own his role as Bud in Urban Cowboy.I put on a brave face as she got out of the car in her polka-dot dress (with a denim jacket for her signature swagger). But what I really wanted to say as she disappeared into the crowd of sixth-grade bravado was, "Wait—come back!" She still seemed too young for a middle-school mixer and the awkwardness that accompanied it.D., a child and adolescent psychiatrist in Villanova, Pennsylvania.By the time most children enter middle school their parents are starting to realize they’re not little kids anymore. Regardless, many are playing the part, wearing makeup, spending hours on Facebook and, much to their parents’ dismay, asking to go on dates.And was there a way to make those girl-meets-boy dramas any less heart crushing?