There’s nothing wrong with a summer fling.
From new jobs to travel, there are a lot of opportunities for our young adult kids to meet new people in the summertime. They make new friendships, and often those new friends become something more. But how do you know if the relationship will last or fizzle out come August?
Dr. Tom Golightly shares five questions to ask when it comes to summer dating. A short summer relationship can be fun, and there’s nothing wrong with it! But if there is one way communication going on, or if your child can’t be themselves with their partner, it’s probably not meant to be.