Teen Relationships 1

0

Wadup my peeps I’m back !

I know it’s kind of stereotyped but I like it, it’s more of a trademark stuff so when everyone hears “wadup ma peeps, I’m back” they know who it is. Right now  I have what is called a writer’s block but I’ve gotta write, so my topic for today is going to deal with something fresh, something sizzling, something eye-catching, and that has got to be the topic of teen relationships. I mean we got to say it,it is a very important topic to both teenagers and parents, parents do not want their teens jumping head first into sex, but they still find it so difficult to talk about it?

Why? Teenagers always want to try new things and if it has to do with relationships, they want to try it too, no matter how well mannered a teenager is, the teenager still is a teenager; curious and willing to try anything. So we need to talk about it. Parents don’t feel ashamed to talk to your teenager about sex and relationships,because he/she feels the same way. I mean it is not possible to leave high school without having like at least a little crush on this one girl, I mean it is not possible!  So one needs to teach oneself to be composed,be oneself and don’ t try to hard, girls are teens too, they know when you try to hard, so you got to be yourself, if she does not like you for who you are then she is not the one. This is a topic that still has to be addressed some more, I got to go now though. See you next time. Peace

About author

No comments

Drive to Empower Young Women

Substance abuse, teenage pregnancy and poverty were some of the challenges that were raised by young women, both in and out of school during Dialogues ...

Register Now for Ruby Writes 2017!

WELCOME TO THE FIRST CAMPUS FEMALE GENDER WRITING COMPETITION 2017. 

Africanrubiz is a woman empowerment organization whose vision is to raise the status of the African woman by empowering her through orientation and direct enlighten, using the internet as a platform.
In pursuant of this goal, Africanrubiz is rewarding campus female writers for participating in her vision of empowering the African woman. This we are doing through our First Campus Female Gender Writing Competition. Read More Here

Click here to Register and start sending your articles