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Teenager decision in entering relationship?

Teenager decision in entering relationship? Topic: Child support case search schools
July 20, 2019 / By Fabian
Question: pls i nid u're advice and decision on this 1. Is it okay for teenagers ages 13- 18 to have a relationship? 2. What are the characteristics of most teenagers nowadays? 3. What are the reasons for having an early relationship? 4. How does the environment affect their principles in life? 5. Is their curiosity really matter? 6. How can they implement self-control among themselves? 7. Is the lack of support from parent, the number one factor that affects teenager relationship? 8. How can teenagers handle peer pressure? 9. Putting up one’s goal is the most important thing that you can make in your life? Comment on this.
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Crispian Crispian | 1 day ago
Hi there! Well to answere the questions in the order that you asked them:(keep in mind that these are my opinions and you need to follow what your heart is telling you) 1. It would be okay to have a relationship but to keep in mind your age and remmeber that you or your partner haven't reached the potential maturity level so there is a high chance that it wont last long term. 2. I think it differs from each individual. Alot of boys are into sex these days. And alot of girls are too, even earlier on they are becoming pregnant. But remember not every body is like that. There are still a few "good" boys/girls out there. 3. I think that of people ecspecially girls get into early relationships because they feel like they need to be loved. When in reality they are still only teenagers. Not to say they cant fall in love, but they are mostly just looking for that feeling to be needed and to be loved. 4. I am not sure I understand the question. But I think (if this is correct) That if a child or young adult feels secure and wanted at home and in there every day life, then they wont really be on the long search for a mate. 5. Dont Understand...Sorry! 6. Dont Understand...Sorry! 7. I believe it is, but in most cases it is in the best interest to take the parents advice. 8. It depends on the individual teenager. But it is harder now days to handle peer preasure because of all the new things that young teens are around. ( drugs, drinking, sex, ext. )But again if they have that good parenting at home they will be okay. 9. Putting up?.... I am not sure I understand. I hope that my answers helped in some way. And I hope I undersood the questions correctly. And just a word of advice for you, is if you are thinking of entering a relationship and are still in school, Well don't. Have fun and hang out with your friends.Ask yourself if you are searching for a relationship because you feel like you are not loved or payed much attention too. If these are the reasons then dont look for another young person to fill that empty spot. Usually men aren't looking for a commitment at 18 or down. Just have fun and have friends of the opposite sex. But just stay single for now!
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Crispian Originally Answered: Does being 'in a marriage relationship' or "sexual partner relationship' prevent oneself from thinking DEEPLY more often?
Some people are happiest alone. There is no requirement to get married or be in a long-term relationship. There are many people who never do either. While some of us feel compelled in the presence of another person to do things they wouldn't otherwise do, out of consideration for the other person - that cannot be sustained over the long haul. Eventually, the forced behavior breaks down under the pressure of other concerns, and we revert to acting as we normally would on our own. If you are the sort who is most content going for days without speaking, and doing only the activities that you are currently interested in/engaged with, then the breakdown of your attempt to be considerate would be dramatic. The other person would be greatly disturbed by it. If, on the other hand, you are the sort of person who welcomes a bit of conversation a couple of times a day, and who is pleased to have a daily change of pace introduced by someone else who wants to include you in something different, then the eventual breakdown would not be so dramatic, and your relationship with the other person could probably survive it. Of course, marriage often includes a presumption of child-rearing and, in that case, a person who feels ill-at-ease if they are not able to think deeply and study for extended periods is NOT going to be happy.

Ashton Ashton
1. Is it okay for teenagers ages 13- 18 to have a relationship?yes! 2. What are the characteristics of most teenagers nowadays? blanket question that cannot be answered 'germerally' 3. What are the reasons for having an early relationship? cause you find someone ... 4. How does the environment affect their principles in life? hugely..? 5. Is their curiosity really matter? your grammer is so bad i don't know what your asking 6. How can they implement self-control among themselves? ehm as anyone else would... 7. Is the lack of support from parent, the number one factor that affects teenager relationship? no 8. How can teenagers handle peer pressure? by growing a backbone! 9. Putting up one’s goal is the most important thing that you can make in your life? Comment on this no life if for living not a score board!
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Vega Vega
1. start from 14/ 15 and NO sex 2. most teens are either after sex or want to prove themselves to others and show that theyre adults 3. escaping from stress, family issues or because you mature early and are mentally ready for a relationship. wanting to act like a grown up and getting in with the cool crowd. 4. media, celebrities 5. dont undastand question 6. think about actions at the end of a day when going to sleep. religion. not wanting to be seen as a slag 7. yes and no- friends and social environment is VERY important too but family is the number 1 priority. 8. standing up to other people and just laughing but in a friendly way. saying no before it gets out of hand. keeping a diary. 9. everyone needs to have something which they work hard for and something which they feel they need to achieve. there is no point in going through life and not achieving anything you had your heart set on.
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Selina Selina
1. Yes,but not necessarily have sex,and if they do make sure its safe sex. 2. positives = active in school activities, part time jobs, participate in household chores. negatives = ill mannered,disrespectful, and stubborn against authority. 3. peer pressure, loneliness, bad home life, popularity 4. kids reflect on what they are exposed to at home and among friends,as well as society...such as costs of living,ecology etc... 5. yes,it can make or break you...curiosity is fine to have,its natural but if in doubt,get out!In other words use your best judgment on things. 6. By using common sense and putting morals first...no one needs to follow the leader,thats a childs game. 7. I think it is ,yes. A kid needs someone they can turn to,admire and learn common sense from,if not a Parent then a mentor. 8. Just remember to use your own mind,not letting others influence your decisions when it concerns your well being. 9. A goal is important but not everyone knows exactly what they want in their future when they are young..A general goal would be the direction you want your life to take in the future so make it worthwhile! **Best wishes!>=)
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Ohndreea Ohndreea
1. I had my first serious boyfriend at 15 and was with him for 2 yrs. 2. I dunno if i'ma teen or an adult. I'm 18 yrs old. And by law I'm an adult but eight-teen makes me a teen still. I'ma fun loving. athletic chick. who likes movies shoppin music & my iPod :) & i love my boyfriend[[fiancé]] 3. Well like I said i had my first serious boyfriend at 15 turning 16 & i really liked him and he was a great guy. He was a lotta fun & if i wasnt with my current b/f i'd consider him again. 4. Uh the environment hasnt affected me. My parentals have. 5. That Question doesnt make sense. 6. I had plenty of self control. When we were at school. We'd meet each other in between period hug & or kiss before goin to our next class. We never looked like we were havin "sex" in the hall unless we was playing around. 7. I didn't start dating until it was cleared with my mother so i've had her support from day 1. 8. I never had to deal with peer pressure cuz my peers knew up front what i was and wasn't doing. 9.This question also doesnt make any sense to me :)
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Ohndreea Originally Answered: Help! entering canada from US by car?
You can pretend anything. The fact is once the pretence is uncovered by law through an accident or a rat; then you are liable to the courts. Here pretending ignorance is invalid, they will still want a registration. Probably money for a fine as well. Honesty is the best policy,it's better than your insurance policy so go and register your vehicle for the B.C. provincial government. You'd be amazed how much can happen in a day and a half, imagine what could happen in a year and a half!

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