Teen dating and love advice
It’s tough to know when to set rules and when to give freedom, when to bend and when to stand firm, when to intervene and when to let live.Communication is often one of the trickiest minefields to navigate.Yes it's intoxicating hanging out with a new beau 24/7, but your friends were there for you before, and will be there for you if it all goes wrong too."You have to trust the person you're with and not check their Whatsapps when they're not looking. You knew it would, but you didn’t think it would happen so quickly.In spite of any hope you had of slowing down the clock, you woke up one day to find that your child is not so childlike anymore.It’s a struggle to know what to say, when to say it, and how to say it.
It shouldn't have to end with fighting and bickering, so here are some helpful tips for making a successful relationship.
Explore and encourage the long list of things they want to do, learn and create and all the things they love about life — beyond other people.
This will help them remember what they have to live for when they get hurt.
I think everyone should focus more on who the person you're with is, rather than what they have, in order to love them to the greatest extent." —Elinor, 16The moral of the story, Elinor tells Buzz Feed Life, is don't judge a book by its cover when it comes to qualifications or status. Going in to a relationship with a list of superficial requirements is short-sighted, Elinor told us, and we think she speaks the truth!
"Don't put your boyfriend or girlfriend before your best friend. " —Harry*, 13No boyfriend or girlfriend is worth sacrificing your bestie for, Harry tells Buzz Feed Life.