Advice for Teens on Romantic Relationships

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It's important for teens to avoid forcing romantic relationships until they are interested, at which point they need to consider what interests them. Discover how to use the teenage years to see what the dating world is all about with tips from a psychologist in this free video on relationships and dating advice.

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Hi my name is Reka Morvay, I'm a psychologist and I'm going to talk to you about advice for teens on romantic relationships. Now when you are a teenager, it's probably the time when you start becoming interested in dating in romantic relationships. But what to keep in mind is that there's no pressure. And I know it doesn't feel like that at the time, but there really isn't so don't just go dating just because everybody else is doing it and all your friends of boyfriends or girlfriends. It's not a good reason unless you are interested. So first try to assess what you want, are you really interested in somebody specific, or are you interested in being alone. What exactly are your goals when you are looking for a romantic relationship. You just want to get experienced, do you want to spend time on and get some experience dating the opposite sex or are you interested in a particular person. Cause I think that being particularly interested in one person is probably the best reason to get into a romantic relationship with that person. Also at this age it's very new. It's all very exciting and it's all very new and it's all a little bit scary. Because what if they don't like you you know what if they turn out to be different then you expected. So there's a lot of attraction and there's a lot of pitfalls in teenage dating and teenage romantic relationships. But this is the time when you can most afford to really experiment and find out what you need and what you like in a relationship and what's out there. Just make sure that you are yourself and do what it is that you are interested in doing and not just because everybody else around is doing it.


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