Kids dating in elementary school

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Even so, the fallout from this kind of interest and behavior has been clearly seen, as some of the kids are rejecting others, breaking off friendships, and making “who likes whom” a focus of attention.

The pattern becomes more sophisticated as it continues in the middle school years and is in full bloom by the time the children hit high school.

Is it too soon to talk about boy/girl relationships in elementary school? Well, you may not want to hear about it, or you may choose denial over reality, but the fact remains that children are playing out the cultural role that they are being taught as early as 2nd grade.

Therefore, the relationship between boys and girls at every school (Christian and non- Christian) is a topic that needs to be discussed from a Biblical standpoint.A brief look at the teen dating model and its consequences will show that it is the world’s model, not Christ’s, that we are so accustomed to.Dating is more for a boy and a girl than just spending time together.The following are excerpts from an article in the September 8, 2005 Wall Street Journal1 that cites two studies not written from a Christian worldview but nonetheless conclude: * Teens who date a lot don’t have a higher likelihood of developing healthy adult relationships.Instead, their romances in their 20s are likely to be more troubled.“Our schools need to be safe havens for all students, and it is critical that we provide school leaders with tools and resources to help them become stronger partners in reducing teen dating violence and other forms of gender-based violence…