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If you have something sincere to say, by all means say it, or email me, but I will not tolerate ridicule, which is what I got from a number of my college alma mater “connections” last time I posted for young men “Mom’s Rules for Getting the Girl”. We have six daughters, currently three teenagers, one in her early twenties and the others are 11 and 8.
The comments mostly came from a Linked In group that went ballistic, but there were some on this blog too and I deleted the rudest ones. They are intelligent, talented and beautiful girls, as I’m sure yours are as well.
Interestingly, the negative mail I got about this topic was primarily from the very group of women who prided themselves, at least in college, in being open minded. Our girls’ dad and I believe in fiercely protecting the treasures our daughters are while they are minors, and helping them make good choices, protect themselves and choose wisely as they mature and become adults. But for now, here we go- Mom’s Dating Rules for Girls 1. Yes, I am quite serious, and it’s working out great!
We see their vocation choices as uniquely theirs- and encourage them to explore all vocations- the married life, the single life and the consecrated religious life. They are by no means perfect because of course we as parents are not perfect. To the best of my knowledge, nobody feels deprived with this rule. I think the girls feel very happy where they are socially.
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It covers everything from how to get started to proper profile and messaging etiquette in today’s online dating world.
At one point, the other girls left the table to refill their plates at the buffet when an older woman touched her shoulder. Field, who is now 30, remembers the woman appraising her looks before introducing her son, a bachelor.
“She asks how old I was, and I'm like, '16,'” Field recalled. '" The woman’s son was a fully grown adult who looked to be at least in his mid-20s and an aspiring police officer.
She twisted her toffee-coloured hair into a French braid, and her mother helped her apply a stroke of mascara, a dab of lip gloss and a little Cover Girl blush.
At the reception, Field gabbed with friends amid clinking glasses of sweet tea and soda in the church’s fellowship hall.Compare this to someone who at the age of 21 wrote a book about his own experience and how good of an idea it was was for him to “kiss dating goodbye” and who was homeschooled with only a GED (no college degree).This sort of comparison should give one an idea of who has the more experienced background as well as who one should listen to. Return to Main Page This entry was posted on December 29, 2007 at am and is filed under Courtship, dating, marriage.Harris answer of “kissing dating goodbye.” Both of these authors are respected and have a lot of counseling experience as well as education.