My son is 16 years old and he is awesome. Really responsible, great grades, no behavior issues ever, every teacher's favorite kid but not in that annoying teacher's pet sort of way that makes other kids mad.
I'm friends on facebook with several of his classmates, no big deal. My facebook page is totally clean, no language to speak of, no inappropriate conversations. My son isn't even on facebook at all ... he just flat out does not care about being social or staying in the mix. It's always really worked in his favor that he is a bit aloof and detached. It's always made the rest of them crazy when he doesn't get all worked up over grades (his are all great), arguments with other boys (he just doesn't care enough about any of them to get mad), and girls (whatever ... "Do what you have to do" is pretty much his attitude toward girls). It's hilarious. And all of these things seem to really attract kids to him. It's funny to see.
Anyway, when I see one of his friends has posted the "in a relationship" nonsense, I'm just instantly annoyed, irritated, rolling my eyes. It's totally irrational, but I worry that eventually these kids who are friends with my son now are going to drift away and leave him lonely. Which is really stupid, I know. Maybe I'm just worried that they will drift away and leave ME lonely, since he really doesn't seem to care one way or the other. I'm just always worried that he doesn't seem to care about any of this teenage stuff that seems so important to these other kids.
We're a small family of three, very close, do all kinds of things together, talk nonstop about videogames, movies, t.v.. I'm a little afraid that we're the best friends in his life that keep him from caring enough to make other best friends, or getting interested in a girl. I know he likes girls, I just think he is uninterested in the girls currently travelling in his sphere of operations. He'll hopefully meet someone in college where the pool is a lot bigger (and the gene pool is a lot less incestuous ... small towns, ugh.)
Just had to throw this out there in case anyone else has something similar going on with their child.