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Get him involved in sports and church and other activities that are healthier and where he can interact with members of both sexes without the weird pressure of going out. That won't be the last time you hear that one you have to learn to nip that one in the bud.Tell him that all the really smart beautiful girls are going to be in college and he does not want to be already tied down to somebody since he was 11 when he gets there.I know you are just asking a question about dating, but at the age of 11 its a good time for parents, especially dad to encourage their boys to spend the time preparing for one of the most exciting times of life..in my opinion that's not by dating, even though the interest may be there...letting your son know that this is a really special part of life and that girls his age may be trying to get his attention, (or he may start to be distracted by them) If he takes this time of life to begin developing his own character, one day the best will come.

I just went to a conference this weekend that talked about preparing our sons to eventually be husbands, and helping our daughters look for qualities in men (eventually) that show they'll be good husbands (I know radical for our day and age!

) for Voddie Baucham Jr's book called, What He Must Be..he wants to marry my daughter....

She would tell me since they were in 6th grade that someone was "going out" with someone. Call it overprotective, but I remember having a friend who got pregnant at 14.

I was so naive that I couldn't imagine doing anything like that. Truthfully, I doubt if "everyone" is going out with someone.

There's nothing wrong with taking a group of kids out for an ice cream.

But its not fair to either a boy or girl to create a situation where they feel they need to date to grow up.

Let him know that anywhere under the clothing is out of bounds, but he can be friends.

My experience with my two boys (one grown, one in college) is that at the age of your son "going out" is more of a status thing at school than actually going anywhere.

What/if anything could/should I allow him to do with girls?

I don't wanna be overprotective, but I also in NO means want to seem as though I am encouraging sexual activity.....

He had some things to say that really effected one of my boys.

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