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  • Now that her two daughters are teenagers, Ruffa Gutierrez has a piece of advice for them about first love.

    In an interview with PEP.ph at her launch as the ambassador of a beauty clinic, Ruffa was asked about what she tells her girls, 16-year-old Lorin and 15-year-old Venice, about the experience of first love.

    “I told Lorin and Venice, your first love normally won’t be your last love even if you want it to be. It doesn’t happen,” the former beauty queen shared.

    Ruffa also said that in the future, when Lorin and Venice experience their first heartbreak, they will be able to eventually move on.

    “Twenty years from now, after you have gotten over your first love, pagtatawanan mo na lang iyan. ‘Ginawa ko yun?!’ or ‘Eww, nagustuhan ko siya?’ Ganoon lang.”

    She continued, “So hindi ako naniniwala sa first love never dies, ‘cause mine died!”

    For now, her advice for her daughters is: “Achieve your dreams. I tell them that the world is big. Don’t focus on guys. Darating din iyan.”

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    In a previous SmartParenting.com.ph article, Ruffa also revealed that she wants her daughters’ suitors to court them at their house, just like the traditional Pinoy way of courtship.

    Still, she said that she is not ready for Lorin and Venice to start entertaining boys. “Hindi pa rin ako ready, baka lumabas pagka-Annabelle Rama ko.”

    In her interview with PEP.ph, Ruffa was also asked about her current relationship with Jordan Mouyal and her decision to keep it private, especially on social media.

    “I just don’t like posting, because hindi makakatulong sa career ko, di naman kami magka-love team, so why pa?” she said. “Sometimes people, they overshare, especially on Instagram, yung mga, ‘Baby, I love you…’ Eww. I would like to keep my private life private.”

    She later quipped, “My mom never liked anyone for me, wala naman siya nagiging gusto for me ever since. So keeping the peace, okay na rin yun, ayaw ko rin mag-post ng weird things na, ‘Hey, baby,’ kasi may mga dalaga na akong anak!”

    The teenage years can be tricky for both kids and parents. Click here to learn more about how to raise a teenager.

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