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Old September 6th, 2012 (10:51 AM).
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I don't see the issue with starting early. Sort of echoing Toujours' argument, being in a relationship and at least trying to be committed can teach important skills much earlier in life and get those kids ahead, with no harm caused. I don't see the issue with kids "not knowing what they're doing" or being "too young" - if they don't know what they're doing then is it not better to learn from your mistakes earlier rather than later? Because I don't really think that with age you magically develop relationship skills. They definitely improve with age but they need a foundation and I feel that relationships at an early age provide this foundation pretty strongly.
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