Teenage Relationships

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Teenage Relationships
It seems that the biggest question on the minds of many teenagers these days are whether teenage relationships are right, wrong, or somewhere in between, or whether they are meant for a different age, or whether getting into them with certain limits is acceptable to some extent. A very good day to Mrs P Naidoo and my fellow classmates. My speech depicts the various pros and cons to having a romantic relationship or being romantically involved with someone at such an early age. I’ve been thinking about this for quite some time and so I thought maybe I should write it down to reach some conclusion, instead of being all confused about it. From what I’ve observed around, and within me, i find that most teenagers are generally supportive or these relations and many are found to indulge into them after the age of 15 or 16. Some of the “singles” claim that their parents need to approve of their long term partner, and some say they would end their relationships if their parents did not approve, and i find that most parents are fiercely against children getting inoto relationships before the age of 19, and many are found to oppose restrictions on their children in order to prevent them from getting any chances of being in a relationship at a young age. Generation gap? Conservative thinking? Lack of trust? Fear of having their child get into some situation they would like? Insecurity of what would happen to their child and their reputation? Uncertainty of the maturity of their child? Protective measures of the well-being of their children? Concerned about their child’s academic achievements suffering because of distractions? Perhaps all of the above While speaking about teenage romantic relationships we cannot neglect the pros and cons very often we hear on the news channels or read in newspapers,...
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