Infatuation may give us butterflies, goose bumps, and that “can’t eat, can’t sleep” type of feeling, but it isn’t the same as love.
Love takes time to grow, whereas infatuation may happen almost instantly.
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.
Suddenly, hormones are raging, romantic feelings are developing, and, of course, it doesn’t stop there.
The most important part of any healthy relationship between two people is being able to talk and listen to one another.
As we near the end of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, we want to remind parents how important it is to do their part to help prevent teen dating violence and promote healthy relationships.
If you are a parent to a blossoming teen, consider discussing these crucial aspects of relationships with your child before he or she enters into a relationship: Be sure to teach your teen about the foundations of a healthy relationship.
At some point in adolescence most teens begin to date. In the eye of a teenager, dating is a field full of flowering opportunities.
Best age to begin dating – There is no best age for teens to begin dating.