I have read all of your posts and I agree more with what Uncertaindrummer has been saying.
It’s been about 7 years since I graduated High School. I must say that during my time in school, I did not see many positive results come out from high school relationships either. Maybe it’s because most of the students did not have moral guidance from their guardians.
My parents did not allow me to have a relationship in high school. I was 18 when I had my very first date. ” title=”Very Happy” /> . And now that I think back, I’m glad I didn’t have a boyfriend in school. My friends were always crying and complaining about their relationships instead of focusing on school work. I believe high school students are too young to be “falling in love” and too young to be experimenting certain physical activities. At 18, I was a bit more mature than at 15 or even 16 and I’m glad my parents urged me to wait. I am now married, to the best guy ever, and do not regret not having a boyfriend in high school. I think the main problem is that the kids are missing guidance. And I’m glad that the person who started this post is smart enough to look for guidance on their own.