Dating quizzes for teenagers
Everyone has the right to keep certain things private. Does your partner get upset or jealous when you want to spend time with your family or friends?
It is, however, always best to be honest about things that affect the relationship. » Yes » No : In a healthy relationship, both partners respect each other’s space and relationships with others.
Unfortunately, I hear from far too many people with broken hearts because they rushed into a relationship to quickly, threw sex into the mix way too early and ended up in a world of hurt and confusion. They should respect you, your body, and your limits, your beliefs.
I try to encourage them …to slow down …to consider the difference between infatuation and love …to stop trying to fill the hole in their soul with another person who will let them down every time …and to ask themselves some really important questions about their boyfriend or girlfriend before diving in too deep. Often the person I am talking to has already jumped in with both feet and been terribly hurt by the person they thought loved them. Every time you open your heart to someone else, you risk getting hurt. If we can only encourage teens and young adults to consider much of the advice above, before getting in too deep!
» Yes » No : In a healthy relationship both partners respect each other’s decisions, including what they decide to wear.I’ve given a lot of advice over the years and I’ll share a bit of it here. If they had only stopped to consider…“Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. If you have teens or young adults in your life, perhaps something below will serve as a conversation starter about dating or a question you could ask to get them thinking about a relationship they are in. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Walking away from discussions or choosing not to resolve problems will deteriorate your relationship.Yelling and cussing are always inappropriate and are abusive methods of communication. Have you ever tried to convince your partner to be more sexual with you?
Remember that healthy communication also includes compromising and respecting each other even when you don’t necessarily agree.