High school brings different things for everyone, and that includes relationships. If you're creative, get involved with a writing group or join the band. If you are a honor roll student and member of the key club, but you're interested in the slacker in the back row, you will have conflicted interests.But, I’m also here to tell you that I have friends who are still with the people they were dating in high school.No kidding, engaged or married, together-forever still with their high school sweethearts. They were all committed to make it work in college, through distance or even periods of studying abroad where communication was extra strained and really precious.While dating in high school is, to put it simply, “cute,” it’s not true love. Hence, I can’t specify whether someone can find love in high school or not. If a person is lucky enough to develop a deeper relationship with someone, or if they decide to mold their own fate within the halls of their high school, they could form a relationship that blossoms into something special.However, most teenagers are so unstable and so mentally immature that I’m not quite sure they would know what love is if it came and hit them in the face. There are young adults who have gone through certain experiences and endured certain hardships, which probably allowed them to grow up fast.
For some reason each of those words said in the same sentence doesn’t sound like a good mix. Grown up people with a strong sense of maturity, a job and a passion besides playing video games. Take these four years to have fun, find your type, enjoy the company, and learn how to deal with your current boyfriend or girlfriend, so when the right one comes along you’ll know exactly if they’re the one.
And as far as would have me believe, every teenager in high school was going at it like rabbits, or at least trying to.
However, I soon found that these things aren’t really what they seem.
Going into high school at 14 years old was exhilarating.
My friends and I talked nonstop about cute boys or girls, and everyone couldn’t wait to be in a serious relationship. I believed that high school meant love, relationships and all the physical elements that went along with those things.