Your Vital Role in Your Teen's Love Life

If your teen needs a license to drive, the parent should set the terms of engagement with the opposite sex.
If your teen needs a license to drive, the parent should set the terms of engagement with the opposite sex. (Photo by Ryan Holloway on Unsplash)

The DMV won't give a 16-year-old a driver's license until they spend a bunch of time as a 15-year-old in the car being coached by you. So why don't we help our kids learn the skills they need to "date smart?" From Part 4 of The Talks DVD Study.

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Barrett and Jenifer Johnson are founders of InfoforFamilies.com, a ministry for families.

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