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Do you believe in being in a relationship when you're a teenager?
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20 / F / Los Angeles
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Posted 11/14/09
well..........err....i dunno...maybeeeeeeeeeee ? :}
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29 / M / It ain't about te...
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Posted 11/14/09
Nothing wrong with it but I don't think early teens should really take their relationships seriously because they don't know much if anything about how to maintain a relationship.
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27 / F / cali
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Posted 12/20/09
yes so you can gain experience and see what you like or don't like to make the right decisions for yourself.
being tricked can turn out to be a good thing because you learn from it and won't make the same mistake.
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Posted 12/20/09
no..
but i want to have one
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24 / F / Honduras
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Posted 12/31/09
Nah
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23 / F / Somewhere in Boston
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Posted 1/4/10
yes
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24 / F / SHINee's World
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Posted 1/22/10
NO
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Posted 1/23/10
I think it's fine. I mean I've been in plenty of them before, I'm not in one now since at the moment I'm not really into anyone.
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36 / F / Canada
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Posted 1/24/10 , edited 1/24/10
From my old-person point of view, I really don't think that teenagers should be in a relationship unless they are totally serious about it -- I mean marriage serious. From personal experience, teenage crushes and relationships seem to chip away at your heart. Every person you go out with and then break up with keeps a little piece of your heart. Wouldn't you rather respect yourself and keep your heart intact until you find the right one? When you get a present how would you feel if it was used or if the birthday cake with your lit candles on it was missing a huge section?

I don't believe in "try-out" relationships because love is a choice. It's a decision you make everyday whether you love your better half or not. "falling in love" is actually an incorrect term -- it makes it sound like love is an accident. You may feel an immediate attraction to someone, but it is for a reason. Some part of your heart or mind looked at that other person and chose to love that person.

If you're scared of being tricked by someone than observe them carefully. You enter a committed, permanent relationship with your eyes wide open, but once you're in the relationship you have to keep your eyes half closed -- unless you want to start fighting over how to squeeze toothpaste, which way to hang the toilet paper, etc.

Anyway, that's my usual long-winded opinion.
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21 / F / Canada.
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Posted 1/24/10
Yes, I think so.
But it's just puppy love, well that's what I learned.
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21 / F / Canada.
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Posted 1/24/10

hreoloenney wrote:

yes so you can gain experience and see what you like or don't like to make the right decisions for yourself.
being tricked can turn out to be a good thing because you learn from it and won't make the same mistake.


yes, agree. that's how I think of it!

Posted 1/24/10 , edited 1/24/10
I don't see why it should be a problem. Just as long as they're not actually thinking about marriage and children...
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Posted 1/24/10
No it depends on your maturity,
it doesn't matter what age you are,
unless your planning on just making out with each other then that's stupid.
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