If the thought of sending your 17-year-old out into the real world within the next year terrifies you, you're not alone.Many parents can't imagine their teen navigating the adult world independently.
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I didn't think she was "the one" because of music taste and interests, it just made me want to go for date 2.
Obviously, that's a superficial reason to start anything serious.
You should also be concerned if you see major changes in your teen’s mood or behavior.
A decline in grades, changes in sleep habits, or change in weight or appetite are just a few symptoms that could indicate a mental health issue or other underlying problem.