Teenage is a delicate age where we go through numerous changes both physically and emotionally.
We start being on our own and we start taking decisions for ourselves.
” Studies show that teenagers crave intimacy and adolescents are beginning to date at earlier ages.
Today, the average age for a person to begin dating is 13. Research has shown that serious adolescent relationships before either partner is emotionally mature can have detrimental effects for identity formation and even life and health.
Teen pregnancy, Sexually transmitted infections, broken hearts, and depression, are common themes for those who work with teens.
No need to thank us when you score that second date.
It's OK to get excited before you go out with someone new, but stay realistic.
It is advisable for every parent to let their teens grow like they normally would.
It is tough to accept facts like they are into relationships, or that they have started lying, or that they have access to cigarettes and alcohol, etc.
Not only is everyone trying to figure out the knew dynamic of raging hormones, but parents may questions the judgment and safety of their teen and the teenager resents any interference on part of the parents.