a beautiful, very sensational feeling about being in a relationship. I mean,
someone knows almost everything about you and still likes or loves you
unconditionally. Having said that; No matter how much you may want a partner in
your life, there are times when getting into a relationship in hurry will end
up throwing you heart and leave you heartbroken for a very long time, so, you
can consider holding for a while until you are certain that you are ready
too young for a relationship? Sexual relationships can be harmful
physically and emotionally if you’re too young to make good decisions. Young
teens may like the idea of dating, but if a boyfriend or girlfriend becomes the
focus of your life, you may be missing out on the chance to know other people
and grow up socially.
–Do I have time for a relationship? Let’s
take for instance you are a full time bank worker and going to school on
weekends part-time, when are you going to see your date? If you have full
custody of the kids, what arrangements can you make to allow for an adults-only
social life? If you’re in an intensive post graduate-school program and work
part-time, can you spare the energy to get to know someone new?
– Am I over my last relationship?
Many experts recommend waiting a few months after a divorce or the end of a major
relationship before exploring a serious new romance. (Of course, people violate that “rule” all the time.) If you can’t get through a
first date without talking about your ex, it’s too soon.
–What have I learned about
relationships? Your past romances, the experiences of the people around
you, and your interactions with friends all contain lessons about getting along
with others, avoiding unhealthy situations, and building strong connections.
Knowing your own goals and deal-breakers can help you make good choices.