Parents, here's how to manage teenage love

Parents may disapprove of teens dating, but falling in puppy love is a normal part of life. — Positive Parenting

Whether you call it puppy love or a school crush, you cannot stop your teen from developing romantic feelings towards another person.

It is a phase that most parents and teens will go through at some point.

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