Which teenage marriage bureau is right for you?
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The new teenage marriage guide has been unveiled by ESPN Crikey.
It’s the first new dating tool in a decade and it’s based on what parents want their teenage kids to know about relationships and marriage.
It looks at topics such as ‘when and why to get married’ and ‘what it’s like to be married’.
The new dating guide has come a year after the release of a book called ‘Who Would You Marry?’ which explored teen romance and relationships.
The new dating app has been built around the idea of dating teens with a wide range of interests, and the ‘what if’ questions will also be explored.
It comes after the publication of a ‘Love Me Now’ book, which explored teenage love in a range of scenarios.
“The app allows parents to be fully engaged in their teen’s development and their decisions to have kids,” the company’s CEO and chief executive officer of business, Matt King, said in a statement.
“[It] is the first time a dating app is using a broad range of relevant dating data and questions to provide parents with the information they need to make the best decisions about how to raise their teen.”
The app will also offer answers to questions such as “who is more likely to be with someone they love”, “how long is a perfect relationship worth?”, and “how many kids does a perfect couple need?”
It will also feature “the best dating apps to meet your teen” and “the dating apps most popular to teenagers”, it added.
It will be available on Apple and Android devices and in Australia from March.
If you’re thinking about starting a new relationship, you can learn more about the app on the ABC Kids’ section.
Read more: Teen dating app ‘Who would you marry?’ explores teen romance
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