Age of Youth: Relationships

Well well well, I probably got your attention since it says relationships. Am I right? Of course I am.

First off, what is a relationship?

It is where you and your partner/other half are romantically involved with each other. In a relationship, you usually do things together and help each other out.

I will mainly talk about the “teenage way” of dating since I just got out of my teenage years.

Being in a relationship with someone can be the happiest thing on earth. It makes you feel like you have everything in the world. Most of the time, you experience your heart flutters and those butterflies in your stomach whenever you get a text message from him/her, which I think is one of the best feelings out there. Don’t you agree? . . . But then they reply with “ok” or “lol,” then that’s a whole different story.

When you’re dating someone, you HAVE to give them your time and effort. These are some of the basics of being in a relationship. You can’t expect your other half giving you his/her all while you’re doing less. Especially to women, they observe the littlest of things out of you and one little mistake can make them feel unimportant.

Nowadays, social media plays a huge part in relationships. It is where everyone shows off their love ones to all of their followers. I think it’s great to do that because it just means that you are proud to have them by your side. But, social media can also harm a couple’s relationship, well, that is if you let that happen.

The biggest con of social media is it can cause jealousy and even cheating. Yes, I’m pretty sure you are all aware of this. In any type of social media like, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, you name it.. There are circumstances where the guy likes a photo and comments on it without knowing his girlfriend is actually keeping track of his actions online. This can lead to misunderstanding then to an argument. I’m sure this doesn’t apply to all (hopefully) but, to avoid this, both people in the relationship should be able to communicate well about this issue. Trust me, it is a pretty big issue in our generation.

Word of advice? Just don’t like that one selfie so there’s no argument. It’s not that hard. You’ll live 🙂



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