Do teenagers fall in love at the first sight? Do they really understand the meaning of the word “love” nowadays? In the present day, many such teenagers get into a relationship after a conversation of two or three months on social media. They believe that mid-night conversations with each other are love. Initially, they say, “I have a crush on them,” then they start flirting, and after few days they contact on social media.
According to research, around 50% of the teens say they have friended someone on Facebook or another social media site as a way to show romantic interest. Some percentage of teenagers have expressed attraction by liking, commenting on, or interacting with the person on social media. Texting is by far the most frequent way teens interact with their romantic partners. About 72% of teenage daters say they spent time texting with their partner daily and at second 39% talking on the phone every day.
We observe many times, many girls talk on the phone, continuously, for 4-5 hours daily and every weekend they go on an outing with their partners. Ultimately, they easily explore their physical intimacy and sexual feelings. At their age, they are going through physical, social, and emotional changes. By the way, not all teenage relationships include sex, but most teenagers will experiment with sexual behaviour at some stage.
At this stage, many girls experience unwanted sexual behaviour from their partners which makes them feel uncomfortable. It can take place not only in a private place but also in more public places, schools, colleges, public transport, or the online sphere. Sexual harassment is not just forced sex but also sexual comments, sexual gestures or actions, attempts to pressurize, sexual images, and unwanted sexual advances. Times out of number, many people have more than one relationship; they call it “time pass” or “I am not serious for her”. Below 18 years youth don’t understand the necessity of sustaining a relationship over some time; therefore, frequent breakups occur.
Lack of maturity is the main reason for the breakup in most cases. Contrarily sometimes, family members are also responsible for breaking a relationship. Nevertheless, as Monroe says, “sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together!”
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