ANSWERS: 64
  • Good lord no! I started when I was 14 and had a ball. Take it easy, no rush, be careful, learn lots, have fun!
  • Yes, you're way to young. You need to be taking this time to learn who you are not getting involved into all the troubles that come from dating. There's plenty of time for this when you're older and wiser.
  • It depends... How mature or responsible is the 15 year old? Is this like a jr high idea of dating? ie: two people "are going out" but they don't really go anywhere or spend much time together and break up four days later? Or is it two young teens investing in each other that it starts to negatively impact the other parts of their lives? but generally speaking, younger ppl are better off to do stuff together in groups in PUBLIC places. it takes the pressure off in terms of conversation or getting physical too young. and since 15 yr olds can't drive, you may as well go to places where you can easily meet with other friends
  • No i think once you get to high school your old enough to start to date cause it's hard being in high school and having someone to talk to about what goes on will make it a little easier.
  • Not if you date responisbly.
  • It depends on the person
  • No. The only exception I can think of right now is if you're immature and get into relationships for all the wrong reasons.
  • That all depends on what your parents say. They know your maturity level better then we do.
  • It really depends on your maturity level.
  • Depending on your maturity level and your parents' beliefs, you might be a little young for one-one-one dating ( I usually suggest 16 for that), but group outings should be fine.
  • If you were my daughter....yes. But realistically, it would depend on lots of things. Going to the movies with a group would be ok. It would also depend on the age of the guy and his maturity level (I am assuming you are a girl). Actually, it would depend more on the guy than on my daughter, because I would hope I would have raised her to be responsible enough to make good decisions even at the age of 15.
  • I think it really depends on the 15 year old. I think, for the most part, Fifteen is young.
  • In my opinion, you are not too young to be dating people who are your own age. What you are too young for, again in my opinion, is a committed sexual relationship.
  • I rejected dates until I was 20. I wish I had waited longer. Relationships have caused me so much heartache.
  • Ok, everybody. Just because he is 15 doesn't mean he is looking for sex. 15 is fine.
  • Dating no. The bad thing is at that age you may not know enough stuff about it. You just have to watch how involved you get. All in all no. I have been in a 3 month relationship with my g/f who is 14.
  • Not if youre mature enough to handle it...
  • No. My dad told me that I couldn't date until I was 16 years old. So I went behind his back. The more he told me not to, the more I wanted to. He tried to force me not to have sex. I ended up getting pregnant at 14 years old because I wanted to do so badly what he told me not to.
  • Yes, start dating when you are ready for a relationship, when you are ready for marriage and children and a household. When you are mature enough to give your hear to someone seriously and not just as a recreational activity or because everyone else is doing it. But do go out with groups of people, all ages and have fun, meet people that's what I think you should do.
  • ... too old for dating 10 year olds ... ... too young to be dating 20 year olds ... ... but not too young to be dating within 14 to 16 year olds ...
  • The real answer. No, you're not. Dating happens when you find someone you like. Maturity has nothing to do with it at this stage....you're too young for sex, but that doesnt stop most. Date, but realize who you are "dating" now will not be who you end up with. If the person you are dating doesnt work out, then dont dwell on it. You are young, and have plenty of time to settle down....nows the time to enjoy yourself and everyone around you. Be responsible, be safe. The Dad Answer: HELL NO! YOU'RE NOT DATING OR READY TO DATE TIL YOUR 30!!!
  • i think if you are asking the question then you are not to young to date. but keep this in mind. keep your grades up, always listen to your partners, stay close to your family and friends, and always thinks for yourself. if you really want to know anything ask your partners, or an adult not your friends. i think if you can convince your partners that you are willing to do all this, then you're not to young.
  • I do not think 15 is to young to date. As long as it's just kissing, hugging, making out ect. not sex or bjs and things like that
  • Date whenever you want. Lessons can be learnt for later if you start now, as long as you're ready to handle it emotionally.
  • i'd say no its fine to date
  • Nope. It's time to start. It's a good age. Better than 13. haha
  • nope just follow your heart
  • it depends highly on your maturity and if you feel really ready to try it. it can't hurt to try a date or two to decide but don't rush anything. trust me. i'm 19 and i know from expirence. some good, some bad. good luck!
  • no i started at 12 and moved out at 13. You only live once!
  • No, just take things very slow.
  • no u are not too young to date u need to experience those things at this age you need to learn so you will choose wisely in the future
  • I guess it depends on how mature you are as others have stated. For me personally I waited until I was 17 and it was a big deal then.Sometimes I wish I had waited longer, but I was a very late bloomer. Regardless of your decision have fun, love yourself first, be smart, and safe.
  • It what you wanna do on that "date" that determines that answer.
  • i think you are, jst wait till u are 16 or 17...
  • I dont think you are too young. Im 16 now and i started dating last year. It gives you experience with small relationships before you get older and have the more serious ones. Just dont date someone because you can. Make decisions wisely.. Hope i helped .
  • No! I'm 15 and in a loving relationship!
  • 18 is the perfect age for every thing!!!!
  • its a good place to start. i would do any thing to serious.
  • Nah, I think that's just about right, I was the same.
  • Not really. It's natural to have boyfriends or girlfriends in highschool, you're getting older, you're preparing yourself for future, deeper relationships and social interactions for the work world. Just be smart about it, and don't throw everything away because you end up loving him or liking him so much that nothing else seems to matter anymore. Because in the end, if you lose your boyfriend, you still have what you've done with your life to hold you together and back you up.
  • H to the E to the L to the Lto the YES GODS HATES COMPLAINERS
  • Ask your parents.
  • No I don't think you are to young to be dating. I personally think that it is sensible to have a little dating experience from when you were younger, as you learn valuable lessons from it. And these can help you with your dating as you get older and into more serious stuff. It's better to get it wrong when you are young and it matters less, than to get it wrong when you are older and getting it wrong is going to have a big impact. Hope I helped. :)
  • No not at all! Just be sensible and if anything happens be prepared with protection. Of course if you dont want anything to happen say NO. People can say what they like a lot of teens will and do have sex and my take on this is better safe educated and protected than ignorant pregnant and perhaps with sti's.
  • It depends on your maturity level and how your parents feel about it. If you are going to date, be sure to take everything slow.
  • Hell no. Your suppose to date as a teenager.
  • If you lived in my house it would be. What's the rush? You have the rest of your life ahead of you.
  • Yes, & I don't even know U! LOL LOL I know few people who like Math, but lets do a little for kicks & grins??? The average lifetime today in America is 72/75 (M/FM) & every 7 years, our body totally replaces every cell in it! So, @ 15, Ur not the same person U were 7 years ago right? So like the first 7 years U were truly a "Child" & we can agree on that right? So, until U were 15 did U Ever think of "Dating"??? Why then are U thinking about it now??? Because U look around & see friends who want to be "Accepted & Important" by someone else Right??? Ask Urself how much do U know about Urself, I mean like we already found out Ur so new to Urself (7 years old) how much "Approval" could Anybody Else give U that was really True about U??? Hey, that's ok because remember, U will live on average to be 75 years old! That will allow U to learn a lot about Urself. The things U like & don't. Remember when U just had to have this or that object (doll, toy, game, clothes, shoes, etc.) & now it isn't important anymore??? The type of people U will like & not want anything to do with!!! This "Process of Growing Up" can be easy or U can make it Hard on Urself! Sometimes we are our Own Worse Enemy, digging a deep "Hole" for Urself that is so very hard to get out of that most can't do it!!! In the News recently U no doubt U have seen the woman who says she just has to be "Accepted & Loved" & her only way is by having 14 KIDS??? That's Stupid Looney Tunes & she has Ruined Her Life, but more Tragic, the lives of all her children that she will never be able to care for!!! All because she didn't learn to "Know Herself"!!! A Poet William Shakespeare said: "To Thine Own Self be True!" Most people have no Idea who they really are, so slow down a bit & get to Know Ur best Friend, UUUUU!!! I'm going to give U some help for Ur journey through Life that I hope U study well. Enjoy!!! John DOCTRINE OF RIGHT MAN AND RIGHT WOMAN A. The right woman is the oldest and one of many grace gifts to man. 1. There are three prominent grace gifts from Christ to man delineated in Scripture, and these are the order in which they occur in the human race: a. Right woman, He built her, Prov 18:22, 19:13-14. b. Salvation, He did it. c. Doctrine, He thought it, 1 Cor 2:16. 2. In all of human history, right woman is the oldest human gift, for Christ brought the woman to the man, Gen 2:18. 3. The fall of man did not change their relationship. B. Attacks on the gift of right man/right woman. 1. Reversionism, especially phallic reversionism is an attack on the concept of right man/right woman. 2. Life in the cosmic system is an attack on right man/right woman. 3. All mental attitude sins attack right man/right woman, SOS 8:6, 8; Prov 27:4, 6:34. 4. Negative volition to doctrine is an attack on right man/right woman, Jer 15:8-9, 15-21, 16:1-2, 17:9-11, 12:7-9. Negative volition to doctrine destroys right man/right woman relationship. 5. Scripture: Prov 5, 6:20-32; 1 Cor 11:3-16; Jer 31:22; Eccel 7:26-29. 6. No disaster, pressure, or unfaithful act, can destroy personal love between a right man and a right woman. 7. The greatest attack on right man/right woman comes from the soul: scar tissue of the soul, emotional revolt of the soul, and reversionism. These attacks are accompanied by fornication and promiscuity. C. Perversions of Right Man/Right Woman. 1. Auto-erotism, masturbation, or self-response to self. 2. Homosexuality or lesbianism, Lev 18:22; Rom 1:26-27. 3. Bestiality, Lev 18:23. 4. Fornication, Ex 20:14; Prov 5:20, 6:32. D. Analogies of Right Man/Right Woman. 1. Right man/right woman is used to teach many types of doctrine since it is one of the most common relationships to the human race. 2. The Lord and Israel, Jer 2, 3, 13; Ezek 16, 23. 3. The Lord and the Church, Eph 5:26-33. 4. Operation Z, James 1:19-22. 5. Christ, the shepherd and bishop of the believer's soul, 1 Pet 2:25 cf 1 Pet 3:1. 6. The mature believer is the glory of God, 1 Cor 11:7. E. Right Man/Right Woman Related to the Laws of Divine Establishment. 1. Monogamy is designed to remind the human race that there is only one right man for one right woman and visa versa, 1 Cor 7:2-4. 2. Under these laws marriage becomes the second divine institution. 3. Marriage is still the protection of romantic love, Heb 13:4; 1 Cor 7:9; 1 Tim 5:14; Rom 7:2-3; Gen 2:24-25; Eph 5:22, 25, 28, 31, 33. 4. Marriage forms the basis for stability in society, and rejects the theory and practice of anarchy, promiscuity, and communal living. 5. Marriage is also protected by the third divine institution, family, where parents have the responsibility of training their children. 6. The husband is the authority in the marriage, Eph 5:22. 7. God protects the woman from tyranny by the training of the little boy by his mother. His mother teaches the man respect for womanhood, and keeps him from becoming an animal. Prov 31:1-2. 8. Once the couple is married, the doctrine of right man/right woman no longer applies. Now it is a matter of honor, integrity, and impersonal love which must provide the power for the marriage to work. F. The Man and Woman's Relationship at the Fall. 1. After the Fall, God confirms the fact that the man's authority is not changed, even though he responded to the woman, Eph 3:16b, 5:22. 2. In Gen 3:6 we see the reversal of the roles of the man and woman in the Fall. 3. Until the Fall, sex had been a total pleasure and an experience of perfect happiness. After the Fall, a secondary role is added: it is the means of perpetuating the human race. Without children they had only themselves to consider. But with children a second authority develops of parents over children, and this develops problems and complications in the right man/right woman relationship. 4. Therefore, the woman bears the children, Gen 3:15, and through her comes Jesus Christ, Gen 3:16. G. The Recognition of Right Man/Right Woman. 1. Personal love is recognized by both parties. 2. Right man can always tell the mood of his right woman by her voice. The right man's soul will have a total understanding of the right woman's soul, emotions, moods, etc. 3. The right woman may love or hate her right man, but she cannot stop thinking about him. Right man/right woman can never be just friends. 4. You won't be adjusted to people until you find right man/right woman. 5. Every time right man is with right woman, it is a blessing to him. 6. The man cannot work to get his right woman; it is a grace gift from God. God always brings the right woman to the right man. Grace takes up the slack before you find right woman. Doctrine is your right woman until God leads her to you. You don't need to date others while waiting. 7. If a woman doesn't recognize God's authority, she will never recognize her right man's authority. Long hair on a woman is a sign of the right man's authority over her. Wearing long hair is a sign that a woman is waiting for her right man. 8. Your right woman will not react to you. Bitchiness in a woman is an indication of the wrong woman. 9. A wrong woman is always dressing to show off what she has physically. 10. With the right woman there is a period of waiting, resisting temptation, and a period of doubt before God brings the right woman to the right man. H. Right Man/Right Woman and the Soul Climax, 1 Cor 7:8-9. 1. When you find your right woman, physical compatibility is no problem; the difficulty is recognition in the soul. a. Right man/right woman are not ashamed or disappointed in each other physically. The right woman fits the right man perfectly in sex. The right woman's body is the most magnificent thing to the right man. b. You cannot make a woman your right woman by having sex with her. c. Right woman is a storm of passion when the right man makes love to her. When the right man makes love to his right woman, he satisfies her soul as well as her body. This gives her insatiability. The right man sees his right woman as personifying symmetry and beauty. d. Jesus Christ is the giver of sex as the total concept of happiness with one's right woman. e. Before your right woman comes along, you must have an affair with Bible doctrine by taking in doctrine every day until it becomes the love of your life. 2. When the right woman comes along, both will have a soul climax. a. Sexual burning is not a soul climax. This is an indication of wrong woman. Fornication excludes the soul, and therefore always produces wrong man/wrong woman. Shopping around is human viewpoint. b. The soul climax is the divine design of recognition of your right man or right woman. "Burning" has nothing to do with libido. It refers to when two souls have climaxed and are not yet able to make love because the two people are not yet married. No sex can compare with the sex between right man and right woman. c. Therefore, it is better to marry than to burn in personal love for right man or right woman after you have made the soul identification. The right man or right woman can make identification without touching. c. The right woman always emphasizes the soul of her right man when they first know each other. She is looking for his precious soul. The right man is the most precious thing to the right woman, but she emphasizes his soul and hunts for that soul. d. To recognize his right woman, the right man needs only to have the soul climax; no physical contact is necessary. There is no need for heavy necking before getting married. Heavy necking knocks out the ability of the right woman to recognize her right man via a soul climax. e. The soul climax is being out from soul control, because someone else so stimulates your soul. This is the only person who pulls you away from your own self-consciousness into being more aware of them than yourself. You become more thoughtful of them, interested in them, and more concerned and involved with them than yourself. f. A super-rapport develops where the two people cannot wait to share what has happened while they were apart. They enjoy conversation, and even their silence has super-rapport. g. Sex before marriage destroys your capacity to have a soul climax, Prov 6:32. Abstaining from fornication protects the soul, so that it can have a soul climax and the fantastic happiness Christ wants every member of the human race to have. God isn't trying to keep you from having fun, but from missing out on greater fun than Satan and his cosmic system can provide. h. Mentally this person becomes your frame of reference for everything. All memories are related to this person. Over a period of time your norms and standards change so that this person is the honorable one, while other people are insignificant. In your viewpoint, everything in life is related to that right man or right woman. From your volition, you adjust your life with pleasure to please your right partner. You dress to please them and omit things in life to please them. Your emotion has a fantastic response to them. i. If you are in emotional revolt of the soul, you cannot have a soul climax. j. The soul climax is that soul identification in every compartment of the essence of the soul, which stimulates total soul concentration on a member of the opposite sex. It is involuntary total soul concentration. k. Total involvement of the soul essence means that the climax of the soul as an identifier will cover every area of the soul except the old sin nature. l. The right man fulfills her norms and standards, principles, categories, provides soul stimulation, and gives reality to her romantic dreams. 3. The soul climax is the divine design for recognition of your right man or right woman. I. Identification of the Right Woman, Prov 31:10-31. 1. Verse 10 says that your right woman will have certain things for you that she doesn't have for anyone else. The man must recognize her first and be aggressive to her. The man makes the identification first. 2. In verse 11, the right woman becomes a home to the right man. The heart of the man is at home with the right woman's soul. The right woman regards the right man as her lord. The right man's right lobe has confidence in her. This is called love-security of the soul. The right woman won't flirt, tease, or think about some other guy. She is totally occupied with him when he is absent. 3. In verse 12, the right woman will do good to the right man, show him good, and cause him good. 4. In verse 13, the right woman makes decisions to please her right man. The right woman dresses only to please her right man. Her soul is so occupied with him that she is motivated to always appear in clothing he appreciates. She searches diligently to find clothes to impress him. She works with pleasure because it is for her right man. 5. Verse 14 says that she goes to extra effort to find things for her right man to please him, like his favorite food. 6. Verse 15 says that her mental attitude determines how things go around the house. The right woman places love for her right man above her own comfort and personal wants. 7. Verse 16 says that she pleases her right man in business, e.g., she is an aggressive business woman. 8. In verse 17, her soul and body are at his disposal. She responds to only her right man sexually, and anything goes. She encourages him with her arms. 9. In verse 18, anything she does related to her right man always tastes good to her. He always tastes good to her. She is stimulated by him and in a state of perfect human happiness. 10. In verse 19, her hands are occupied with those things which bless him. She gives him no cause for concern. She doesn't play games (cheat on him), nor is she vindictive and seek revenge against him. 11. Verse 20 says that because her soul is full of grace happiness from her right man, she extends grace to others. 12. Verse 21 says that the right woman anticipates certain kinds of disaster and heads them off. She prepares for disaster before it arrives and makes provision. Her instincts of love keep her concentrating on her right man. She no longer depends on parties, outside friends, and fun. She doesn't try to hurt her right man who is so vulnerable to her social or mental unfaithfulness. 13. In verse 22, the right woman makes herself beautiful around the house because her right man is there. 14. Verse 23 says that she is not a nag. The right woman makes it possible for the right man to concentrate on work and be away from home without worrying about her. She compliments and implements, but never competes with her right man. She turns him on, but never puts him down. She seduces him, but never belittles him. 15. In verse 24, the right woman supports her right man with fanatical loyalty and love. 16. Verse 25 says that the right woman is the glory of her right man and wears her glory in her soul, which includes having a sense of humor. She has beauty of soul. She is totally relaxed, giving her the ability to laugh at housework, office work, or whatever she must do. 17. In verse 26, when she speaks, the right man is thrilled because wisdom comes out of her mouth. Divine viewpoint and Bible doctrine is the basis of her conversation. She refrains from verbal sins. 18. In verse 27, she is alert in her soul and not idle. 19. Verse 28 says that her sons remember her with happiness. 20. In verse 29, she waits for her right man by taking in doctrine. For the right man only one woman surpasses all others: his right woman. 21. Verse 30 says that you should not use physical beauty to determine your right woman. Beauty is deceitful. Identification is made in the soul. When you get turned on by some woman's looks, then you missed your identification. She is not your right woman. Beauty, sex appeal, and a great body, is not the basis for recognition of the right woman. Once identification is made in the soul, you will find she has the most beautiful body. The woman occupied with Christ will receive praise from her right man. 22. In verse 31, the responsive right woman becomes aggressive with her hands and lips. No wrong woman can compare. You don't have to prove anything in public to others that you are right man/right woman; touching is private. J. The Responsiveness of the Right Woman. 1. When a woman is a true responder, she initiates her response from her own free will. Right man/right woman have true communication. 2. A woman in response is aggressive. She doesn't stand around and wait for the right man to be aggressive. He doesn't have to be the aggressor on every occasion. 3. The right woman can respond to an aggressive act the right man committed a year before. She is designed for compliments, recognition, and individual attention. K. The Submission of the Right Woman. 1. If a woman is in love, she is happy to surrender her volition to the man and he will care for it. Without mental rapport, there is bad sex life. If the woman doesn't give her soul, she is cheating her man. 2. Submission of the right woman is not slavery but fulfillment. Grace inner beauty in the woman is something which the wrong man sees which he cannot fulfill. A right woman may even change friends to please her right man. The right woman's norms and standards will become one with her right man's. One person's sins don't cause sins by the other person; the same is true for human good. 3. The man should never demand anything from a woman, because he won't get anything anyway. The man cannot demand volitional response or appreciation. 4. The right woman is never shocked by the good or bad points of her right man. Her right man is a point of doctrine. Because Bible doctrine is in her soul and he is a point of doctrine, he is always in her soul, and therefore she will always be faithful. 5. A woman goes quickly from objectivity to subjectivity because she is a responder. 6. The right man will always give her something to which to respond. She saves those things in her memory so that she can respond to them again. 7. The right man, positive to doctrine, will lead in spiritual things. 8. A woman has no security in life except the security of her right man. When a man comes along and is faithful to her and no one else, and she knows it, then that person has her attention forever. 9. When you keep a promise to a woman, it impresses her. She responds. A woman who is a responder to too many things in life also makes herself a reactor to many things in life. The more you respond, the more you react.
  • DEFINATLEY NOT i started when i was 12 ^^
  • I don't think there is a age limit too dating....
  • That's between you and your parents. I would recommend group dating at that age. It reduces stress and pressures that come with exclussive dating. You need to get your feet wet gradually before you get into the bf/gf scene. It's a learning process. Take it slow. :)
  • Check this out I was dating the same girl forever and we are planning on getting married!!
  • No you are not as long as you are mature enough to be sensible and not let yourself get taken advantage of or hurt. I can't help it my mothering instinct is coming out (I'll be one of those mums hiding in the bushes spying at my daughter with her first boyfriend I know it lol). I had my first boyfriend at 16 so who am I to criticise.
  • depends do you just want a boyfriend cause all your friends have one? or do you want boyfriend to be popular . i have no problem with you having boyfriend if you just holding hands kissing . anything else i think you too yoing
  • I do not think that you are to young. Just don't get a trashy guy and let him control you. I started dating when I was 15 and I am now 17 and am married to him and 7 months pregnant
  • Yeah! I think so
  • as long as its supervised, the supervision is to ensure that at no time were you alone and having sex with your date and getting them pregnant; its for your benefit since there are those gamers out there that are already pregnant and looking for someone to blame it on and have there parents foot the bill
  • dating, no light making out (kissing), maybe anything under your clothes, yes, to young
  • YOu must be 17 now. But this is the time to gain knowledge to live. So focus on studies. There entire life ahead to date or love.
  • I started dating when i was in 8th grade. So that would be when i was 13.
  • I started at 14. I seriously doubt you go very far in your young relationship...but never less good time to experiment, find your likes, dislikes, etc
  • I think dating from the age of 15 is fine but not younger. So you are old enough to date in my opinion.
  • Nah it's okay :) +5
  • No but don't get into overly committed relationships because they dont last at that age

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