It seems that young love is in the air as “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown announced her engagement to Jake Bongiovi, the son of rock legend Jon Bon Jovi.
Just recently, the 19-year-old actress shared a sweet black-and-white photo on Instagram of herself and her 20-year-old beau. The caption read “I’ve loved you three summers now, honey, I want ‘em all,” taken from Taylor Swift’s song “Lover.”
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Many fans were surprised by the news, but others were happy for the young couple, who have been dating for three years. While some may question their decision to get engaged at a young age, it’s important to remember that everyone’s journey is different.
Congratulations to Millie and Jake on their engagement, we can’t wait to see what the future holds for this adorable couple!
Young Engagement: Millie Bobby Brown Ain’t Got Time for Your Rude Remarks!
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While many have congratulated the couple, there are some who feel that they are too young to be tying the knot. As a parent, you may have some concerns about your own child getting engaged young. Here are some of the rudest things you should avoid saying to your child who has recently gotten engaged at a young age.
“You’re too young to know what love is.”
This is one of the most dismissive things you can say to your child. Just because they are young doesn’t mean they are incapable of feeling love and making a serious commitment.
“Don’t you want to live your life first?”
Getting married doesn’t mean the end of your child’s life. They can still pursue their dreams and ambitions even after they get married.
“You’re making a huge mistake.”
While you may have concerns about your child’s decision, telling them outright that they are making a mistake is not helpful. It’s important to express your concerns in a supportive way.
“What’s the rush?”
There is no right or wrong timeline when it comes to getting engaged or married. Your child may feel ready to take this step and that’s okay.
“I thought you had bigger plans for yourself.”
At any rate, marriage is not the end-all-be-all for everyone. But it doesn’t mean that your child is settling. It’s important to support their decision and not make them feel like they are giving up on their dreams.
Remember, your child’s decision to get engaged is theirs alone. It’s important to support and encourage them during this exciting time in their lives. While it’s okay to express your concerns, it’s important to do so in a constructive and supportive way.
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