Teen Hides Romance from Protective Parents

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It's common for parents to urge their teenage sons and daughters to wait until a certain age before entering into a serious relationship. But what's to keep teens from having a secret boyfriend or girlfriend?

Consuelo Cisneros, 17, has been doing exactly that, but the pressure of hiding her boyfriend from her parents is becoming too much.



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