Have fun being around him when you can. My parents are the same, and it can be really annoying sometimes but don't disobey them - thats just low and your parents wont trust you so you'll like NEVER be able to date him... Anyway if you like him enough (and he likes you) then you can wait for him... When you are alowd to date it will be 100x better because you've waited for the perfect moment...
Get your parents to sit with you and have a talk about their reasoning why you aren't allowed to date. As long as you keep your cool, you may be able to work out a compromise where everyone's happy. If they still say no, don't disobey them. There will be consequences. That will only make things worse and their trust in you will diminish. That trust will come in handy later on. Aside from that, you can still pursue the boy outside the house whenever you see him. You can exchange phone numbers. Talk to him at school. As long as there's no formal get-togethers (dates), you should be fairly safe.
Well I'm having the same problem.. I found the one guy that always makes me laugh and he is alwayss smiling(I honestly don't know how his cheeks neveer hurt(:) but anyways I have learned by my experience that if you always keep things a secret with your parents behind their back itwill turn around and bite you in the asss...... Believe mee I got grounded for a while wasnt the way I thought I would want to ever spend my 13th birthday... Not such a great bday party lemme tell you that.. But if you feel the excessive need to see him on dates and things just explain how much you like the boy.. And that you would love to be able to spend time with him.. And that if they wanted to keep you self secured that you would be happy for them to meet himm and possibloy his family as well..
Hope this helps
Hope this helps
Well, you can just say hi when you are at school then maybe you both can become a little but closer, but in a totally friendly way. Just let your parents know that you are growing up whether they like it or not. Tell them you need some more freedom. You could try joining some clubs that he is in, FFA, FCCLA and Student Council are some good ones where you can travel a lot. I am not suppose to talk to guys either, but I think that my mom is finally understanding that I'm not 12 anymore. Well, I hoped I gave you some good advce, but follow what your heart says!!