Noam Piechaczek
Noam Piechaczek voted up Tom Jackson's answer

The potential risks involved here FAR outweigh any potential benefits.

And I say "potential benefits" only on a theoretical basis since I can't think of any that might exist.

And if his not having any friends is a concern to you, what could a 15 yr old boy and a 10 year old girl possibly have in … Read more

Noam Piechaczek
Noam Piechaczek voted up Danae Hitch's answer

Anna, you are the parent. You have a 15 y/o that is friends with kids much younger than he is. There are a ton of things that he could be involved with besides 10 y/o.

If he has interests, such as chess, reading, etc., start looking for clubs either in your city or at his school. … Read more