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Similarly, Reith suggests talking about relationships generally."Talk about the relationships that are on television, in films and books and discuss how they feel about them, without it becoming personal."Many children have friends of both genders throughout primary and secondary school.
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'"Both Reith and Brodnock agree that parents and children are facing the onslaught of pressure from the media.
Reith says, "Early sexualisation encouraged by media influences is increasingly available and places huge pressure on girls to have boyfriends before they are emotionally ready.
Certainly, if your child appears to have an unusually close or inappropriate relationship at primary school or even in Years 7 and 8, it is worth talking to their teachers, because your child's academic work or other friendships may be affected.
The pressure on young teens to have a relationship - and even a sexual one - is often created by the media and many children feel they ought to have a boyfriend or girlfriend by a certain age to prove their attractiveness.
As you get older, you get serious about your career and spend fewer Friday nights on the town, significantly reducing your chances of meeting guys while you’re out and about.