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Dating in adolescence: combination of intense feelings

Dating in adolescence: combination of intense feelings

Adolescence is an important phase of human development, since during this period the transition from childhood to adulthood. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines adolescence as "an intermediate stage of human development, between childhood and adulthood, which occurs between 10 and 20 years of age."

During this passage emotional and bodily transformations occur and many new situations are experienced generating conflicts that seem unresolved for those who experience them. Among the situations and conflicts experienced for the first time, affective relationships have great prominence. It is during adolescence that great passions are felt and the novels are lived with deep intensity.

Young people "plunge headlong" into relationships, fall in love with great force and live as if in the world only the loved one existed. When the adolescent falls in love for the first time, it is referred to the children's fairy tales, in which the prince and the princess would live happily ever after and end up idealizing the loved one as something magical and perfect. in relationships, fall in love with great force and live as if in the world only the loved one existed.

But when the young man realizes that the princess is not so perfect, or that the prince may take a while to appear , feels frustrated and helpless, and because of the lack of maturity and experience, it presents difficulties to deal with all this.

At this moment it is up to the parents or a professional to offer help and conditions so that the young person can understand and overcome what happened . But unfortunately, for lack of a good relationship at home, parents' shame or fear of being reprimanded, the teenager seeks help with friends who are experiencing the same conflicts but who also lacks the experience and maturity to solve them.

As a consequence of lack of support in the face of conflicts, there may be changes in behavior, social isolation, school difficulty, loss of interest in daily tasks, interest in dropping out of school (school and college), altered sleep and appetite, and even depression , anxiety disorder and panic attacks.

For those who are adults and have been through these experiences, all of this may seem like "stupidity", "charm", "lack of what to do" or "desire to attract attention". But for what the situation is experiencing the pain, the suffering, the doubt and all the conflict are really real and must be respected, taken seriously and oriented so that they can be overcome.

So if you are a teenager and you are suffering and if you are a parent of a teenager who is showing signs of suffering or behavior change and does not know how to act, seek help. of a specialized professional who will be able to guide your child to overcome the situation.


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