my cousin is 10/f
she has 2 flippin' bfs!!!
i told her that she is to young to date and that she should break up with at least ONE bf. but she said she and her friend are sharing both of them and that she loves them both!
i dont know what to even say to her now,she young and she thinks that if i have a bf,am 14 btw, than it is ok to for her to have one.but she is very competitive! so now she has two!!!
any advise will be very greatful as soon as you can!
June answered Tuesday May 29 2012, 1:01 am: Like the other guy said..if she learns now and get hurt now when she your age and face with bigger things(like sex) she think back now and will be more likely to wait in till she ready.(and at 10 she not ready)However you don't want to get her too hurt because what we are when were kids help makes as up as we get older. So there for maybe just one boy friend for her to learn?(make sure that is the boy friend not just friend) Tell one of the boys about the other boy. Boy's like to be the one and the ONLY one. No matter if he;s 10 11 12 or so on.So with out saying one of the boys will make her take her pick. Try to set with the boy that you think would be more likely to fall.(try so it does not come out that you did this..I think you know why) This my sound mean but would you have her hurt by two boys or one? If this does not work that mean the boys are fine with thing now and you can not do anything(I don't thing that you she tell her Mom or Dad. This can be a learning thing)You most likely want to slap me. Put when you cool of I hope I help. [ June's advice column | Ask June A Question ]
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