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by style789 on 7/31/2013 1:23:46 PM
@Chloe<3 I wholeheartly agree with you. Most of the time young teenagers rush the relationship or get in one simply so they can say they are. Most of the "couples" are just going along with it and it's dangerous territory us (I'm thirteen) to get into. The whole point of dating when young is to find out what you want in a guy, but most of us just turn it into a game. Sixteen- fifteen at the youngest is an ideal start for dating. Even all the mature 10-14 year-olds will eventually see that, at the moment, their studies are much more important than a relationship that will usually only last a year.
by LittleUsagiTewi on 7/31/2013 1:09:40 PM
I personally think that in some cases, yes. For instance, if you are under age 16 and your rushing to get a boyfriend every second, there's a problem. I think as long as your 16 and older your mature enough for it
by hpacluv97 on 7/31/2013 12:56:33 PM
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Ok so here is the deal! Last year I always would wear my hair in a bun because i wanted it to grow and it didn't so i saved up my money to buy clip in hair extensions but now my mom is saying people at school will bug me about it saying that they will feel the clips or notice but idk what to do because I really want them and I have the money in fact I wanted these forever! Please help me out to feel better I didn't want people to think I am weird anyways what do u think? By they way I am doing in to 8th so I am almost 14 thanks xoxo
Hey girl - I'd say do what you want to do. If you want the extensions, get them! They're not permanent, so if you decide you don't like them after all, you can just take them out, no biggie. xx
by angelst.marie on 7/31/2013 12:47:51 PM
To be honest I think its a tad weird that young teenagers and tweens and sometimes even kids who are ten go out with each other. I don't see the point. I mean, it is just to fool around. Because lets face it, lets say whoever reading this is 13 or 14... You know how slim the chances are that you're gonna marry your boyfriend? I do know a few people that married their high school sweetheart and another couple who met when they were 13 and ended up getting married and are still together to this day, but they both say one thing in common, they were best friends first and when they got older around 18 they started dating. That just sounds smart to me because they didn't waste their time with other people. That's what I wanna do, I don't want any of that extra drama. I'm gonna start dating when I'm looking to get married, not to fool around. But to each its own and if you think whats right for you is whatever you're doing, more power to ya! Wow sorry this was such a long comment!
by Chloe<3 on 7/31/2013 12:35:48 PM
Yes and No it really depends on the person in all honesty most teenage girls are a little immature same goes for teenage boys but teen girls might be mature in some ways a lot of teen girls are naïve and will get physical with a guy they just meet I'm not saying all but most teen guys are sneaky and take advantage of girls by treating them like princesses and telling them they love them
by redvelvetluv on 7/31/2013 12:24:44 PM
I wish not a lot of people dated in high school. I think it adds to the pressure of finding that special someone and having your first kiss, ect. It's just too stressful. I wish I would have thought of this before I started dating.
by myfatsquirrel on 7/31/2013 12:09:28 PM
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