A relationship is a very common phenomenon which happens at any stage of our lives. The important thing is that an individual should be mature enough to understand the truthfulness in it.
Adolescence is when we think that we are mature enough to understand the gravity of our relationships. Everyone is in love every time they enter a relationship.
We meet people on so many occasions. Channels can be dating sites, college friends, work colleagues and several others. Ever since we are young children we are in love, not exactly a sexual love or physical attraction but emotional love.
Questions to Ask About High School Relationships
• Are the high schools kids mature to take care of serious relationship?
• Are these relationships strong enough to withstand the winds of time?
• Are these short term or life long relationships?
These are common questions arising in people’s mind when they watch the teenagers dating especially their parents. When you start a relationship as a teenager it’s usually not a everlasting one. It’s generally an infatuation which happens to kids at this age, who are not able to understand the reality of things, and they get in the way of commitments, which is just a momentary phase.
In high school people form their first real relationships. They have their first kiss. The relationships formed are based on hormones and sexual desires that the body begins to process. All of this is fine but it still doesn’t explain the amount of emotional attachment in a high school relationship.
Reasons for High School Break Ups
The most important reasons for break ups of these kids are they still depend financially on the parents for most things. To maintain their relationship, they need money which they can get by having a job, which means lack of time and stress on the relations.
The second reason is, as the students begin new careers, the strong relations during high school tend to fade towards the end of school. As they enter the new world, kids graduate and start meeting new faces and get to know new career paths. This gives the students new alternatives to meet new people and relationships.
We should thank today’s open minded society, who gives a chance to most teenagers to make and live with their choices.
Are high school kids ready for relationships?