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Comments:

Name: cash
Country: India
Yes, I agree with this author. I took your advice, and allowed my son to watch prime time TV (which was a bad choice), since after watching reruns of dirty american shows (baywatch, hannah montana) he is on a flight to California in search of a "hot blond wife". I don't know what to do with myself, I cry every night... WHY CAN'T HE BE HAPPY WITH THE GIRL WE HAVE CHOSEN?! We even dyed her hair blond... it didn"t work.

Name: sittu
Country: india
very interesting article. i was wondering if i should travel. will speak to my doctor about it.

Name: Rameeta
Country: india
my son has just become friendly with girls. i was becoming a little worried but now i will just take it easy. thanks for the article.

Name: kp
Country: United Kingdom
as an american 17 year old boy.. this article is correct in how it portrays teenager viewpoints.. great job to the author..

Name: Kamakazi
Country: usa
dude your competely right.

Name: Nimesh
Country: usa
i'm a 15 year old guy and this is exactly how i feel. my parents are not supportive of me at all when it comes to girls. all they care about is me studying. me studying is the only thing on their brains. and guess what? i barely talk to them. they would never understand what it's like to be a boy growing up in america. your aricle hit the nail on the head. thank you for writing such a great article.

Name: Babitha
Country: U.A.E.
excellent indeed. my 14 yr olddaughter and myself are more like frnds rather than mm and daughter. we share everything from boyfrnds to periods to you name it we share, even about my old boyfriends at home befor ei got married. its actually trust and understanding, not shouting, yelling or punishing. remember.

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