“He was very cute,” she says, “and my friends said he was the most decent boy I’d ever meet. It all started when a classmate named Jeremy began showing interest in her.Several girls had tried to start a relationship with him, but he wasn’t interested in them.
You probably know what your parents would say about the above statements.
And deep down, you know that your parents are right.
At the same time, you may feel like a girl named Manami, who says: to be dating. ” Some in that situation have begun to date, hiding the matter from their parents. “We Were Told to Keep It a Secret” The very term “secret dating” suggests a measure of deception, and that’s just what it takes to make it work.
Jessica explained that as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, she wouldn’t be allowed to date someone who wasn’t of her faith. “He asked, ‘Why can’t we just date behind your parents’ backs?
’” IF SOMEONE were attracted to made such a suggestion, how would you respond?
You might be surprised to learn that Jessica agreed to Jeremy’s plan. First, let’s see how some get caught in the snare of secret dating.“I was convinced that if I dated him, I could make him learn to love Jehovah,” she says. Why They Do It Why do some date their parents would not approve, so they don’t tell them.” Jane points out another possibility. “If you feel that you’re not being treated like the young adult you think you are, you decide that you’re going to do what you want and just not tell your parents.” Can you think of any other reasons why some might be tempted to date secretly? ․․․․․ Of course, you realize that the Bible commands you to obey your parents.(Ephesians 6:1) And if your parents object to your dating, they must have a good reason.Still, don’t be surprised if you find yourself thinking: ● I feel left out because everyone is dating except me.● I’m attracted to someone who doesn’t share my faith.● I would like to go out with a fellow Christian, even though I’m too young to marry.