These few dates actually determine how the relationship turns out.If one does something stupid during the date, the chances of its survival could fade away or disappear immediately.I would say when you're a teenager or in highschool, but if you're dating young go out with a group or friends and not just with one person.I would say 11 or 12 is a good time to start dating.Here are 20 Things You Should Never Do When You First Start Dating; Never ever brag or lie.If you talk like you are everything in the world, you might risk the chances of having the relationship.Then again, if I hadn't dated a Russian-American in college, I would have never started studying Russian -- and then I wouldn't have visited Russia three times, or made any Russian-speaking friends.
Your parents might even have some helpful advice about dating.
At 12, going out in groups is a lot more common — and can probably be a lot easier and more fun, too — than going out with just one other person on a DATE-date.
If you want to go out with someone, try hanging out with a bunch of your mutual friends.
They got married and immediately out of college they had an infant to support.
My point is not to scare you, but to explain that a relationship can seriously affect the trajectory of your life -- so until you've got more important priorities taken care of, try not to take them too seriously.