Teenage Love is a complicated but beautiful thing. I’m not saying that any other kind of romantic love isn’t; but I believe those characteristics are especially true for love during the teenage years. It could be mostly due to the fact that you are changing. Your body is undergoing all kinds of changes and your hormones are all over the place. Plus, you are still discovering who you are when you enter your teenage years. You have yet to get a better understanding of your emotions, and teenage love is probably making things a little more complicated for you. But that’s the beauty of being a teenager – having a flexible and more open mind. Your ways are not completely set and you are still open to learning new things. So sure, teenage love is not easy, but there are things you can learn to make it more bearable. Here are 14 things teenage girls (or even boys) should learn about love.
1. Always Be Yourself
You need to stop asking questions like, “How should I act?” You don’t need to act like anything or anyone. You should always be yourself. Of course, you need to keep in mind social graces, but those things don’t really change your essence as a person.