Teenage dating pros and cons
They opine parents should handle teens and their relationships with much care, understanding and openness We’ve all experienced love during our teenage years. This love adds richness and happiness to our lives. It provides us with a chance to discover our own-selves as we share it with someone new.We also learn things — to love ourselves, things we’d like to change and about the qualities and values we look for in a partner.Nowadays, thanks to these dating platforms, it is easier for teens to meet and chat with other guys/girls living nearby and who have the same age, with the intention to primarily expand their social circle and, if there is an emotional connection, then initiate a new love story.
Teenagers usually do not have much experience in the romance field and still are trying to figure it out their place in the world.
Social media and swiping dating services for younger daters like Yellow app or Tinder -the matchmaking app used to be very popular among teenagers, but recently banned underage from using it- are playing a key role in the way adolescents date.
It’s just that teenage is not the right age to fall in love.
Teenagers should not be allowed to date as there are more disadvantages in teenage love relationship than advantages.
The teens have the false belief that they’ll get most happiness if they’ll be able to marry his/her girlfriend/boyfriend.
But the fact is that they’re just trapped in a vicious circle.Each of us has a specific purpose and power of making our dreams come true lies within.However, we can see many youth indulging in romantic relationship where breakups, matchups are common.Instead, they should focus on their career, how they can perform their best in everything they do. However, being in a romantic relationship at such a young age is not rational.— Dipti Gyawali, Basundhara Being in love is not a bad thing.— Bidyaaz, Kathmandu I strongly believe that teens should be discouraged from a romantic relationship.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating