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These are truisms known to anyone who has watched 10 minutes of a teen movie or spent 10 minutes in a high school cafeteria.
," but don't hold its too-cute title against it—looked at how and when high-school students choose mates and their preferences when searching for a partner.So, this may start some controversy, but I'm intrigued by what other people's response to this question is (sorry if it's a double post)First off, I'm going to say that I am not planning on making any moves or anything by asking this question and seeing the responses, because I'm uneasy about age differences. Okay, so a girl who is a junior in highschool started talking with me today. Living in the area in which I do, she has a lot of the same interests that I do, which is rare in any girl up here.I'm one of those people who feels really bad if I ignore someone, so I talked with her. We both play music, listen to the same genre and so on. But, she's in highschool, so no." Again, I'm not implying that I want to go after her, or anything. What do you think of guys going after girls that are 4 years younger than them?Dear Mom of High School Freshman, It is hard not to feel, in those weeks leading up to the first day of freshman year, that you and your child have finally hit the big leagues. High school is, in many ways, a break with everything that has gone before. High school takes four years because that is the minimum it takes for both kids and parents to transition from the final days of childhood to the first moments of adulthood. Suddenly your child, and let’s be honest he may look like a young adult but is still very much a child, is in a world where sex, drugs, alcohol, along with high academic demands, competitive sports, and college are all part of the vernacular.