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It seems as though every teenager in today's age is always looking for love. As a senior in a public high school, and as a person that has spent almost 12 years of my life in the public school system, I can confidently make that statement. Not everyone is looking, but 99 percent of kids are. Young relationships always are so great in the beginning, but it always seems to end up with a lot of fighting and bickering.
Navigating the world of romantic relationships can be scary for both parents and teens alike. Not only is everyone trying to figure out the knew dynamic of raging hormones, but parents may questions the judgment and safety of their teen and the teenager resents any interference on part of the parents. This can lead to strained relationship in the family and, in some extreme cases, can push the young person to seek out unhealthy relationships.
When it comes to teen dating , a lot has changed over the years, especially with the advent of social media and online dating apps. In some ways, dating is a little riskier than it was years ago because of the ease of meeting people online and the ability connect with strangers, but in other ways it's safer because that same technology can also provide a safety net. If you're like most parents, you probably are a little unnerved by the prospect of your teen dating.