What is 2nd base with dating
Different people are ready for and want different things at different times in their lives, and then there’s circumstance—I mean going to any of these bases with a trusted long-term boyfriend is a different situation than with a guy you just met at a party.I went to bases 1 and 2 with my grade 8 boyfriend (age 13), and bases 3 and home run with my grade 10 boyfriend (age 14). On one hand, my best friend gave me a hard time when I was choosing to go far with my boyfriend at 14, and it really hurt my feelings because it was obvious she didn’t trust me. You should make sure that you aren’t judging your friend based on your own tastes and desires.
So what age do you think she should be before she considers going that far?On the other hand, I find it troubling that your friend wants to go to 3rd base without knowing what it is exactly.How can she genuinely want something when she doesn’t know what’s involved? But even aside from that, safer sex has to do with communication.It sounds like she wants the status of it, which is immature. Either way, the way to help your friend is not to judge or accuse her. It means things like knowing what you want, and being able to talk about what you want (and don’t want) with your boyfriend.
Instead, love and accept her, and help her to lead a safe life no matter what choices she makes. It also means being able to talk about these things with your friends.
(I’ve not observed sociopathy developing – instead “I’m deeply disappointed” produces a strong response.) I think this way, because as I grew up, I became fiercely independent to the point, that anything my parents would say, I tried the opposite. I think the psychological risk of harm is less above age 16, and really should not be pushed at any age.