Whether we like it or not, parents need to realize that our children ARE reaching out digitally, and with online dating becoming a norm for adults, it’s something teens are comfortable with exploring, too.
Many teens place a lot of importance on having a boyfriend or girlfriend and often feel that this coupling defines their social rank, popularity, value, and who they are as a person.
Online dating has become widely accepted and considered a legitimate way to meet someone.
Typically, online dating is more popular for older age groups, peaking among the mid-20 and mid-40 crowd.
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The desire to find romance can be very strong and it’s only natural that our highly connected teens turn to social media and dating sites to help them find a date.