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Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hey George, My and my girlfriend are both 16 years old and almost about to turn 17. We have been friends for almost 3 years, and we have been together for almost one year and going smooth. My girlfriend and I do not believe in "the dating game" and we feel we are meant for each other, and really want to carry this relationship after high school, and for the rest of our lives. We are both first loves and always talk about marriage, being together, dating, and even our future children. I just have two quick questions for you,

Is the "dating game" the right thing to do? (we really feel it's stupid and we both think dating is someone you share with one person, to get to know them better for marriage)

I really think she's the one I will be with for the rest of my life, and she confidentally thinks so too, how good is this much confidence?

Thank you! Advice
If you define "dating" as seeing other people, then there is one good reason to do it.

That is, when you are old you won't have the feeling that you missed out on something. Some people end up having affairs to get rid of that feeling.

However, given all the confidence you have this may not apply to either of you.

Confidence is a good thing, but remember you are still young.

Good luck! George

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