Should you avoid a relationship in High schhol (part 1)
Getting into a relationship during high school is basically a part of the experience. High school is filled with drama. And depending on your popularity level, either there will be much drama or little drama. Now let's say you are "popular" in school and you get into a relationship. That will probably increase the drama will it not? There are some people though that go through high school and haven't had one girlfriend/boyfriend, never been kissed, never held hands, etc. For the most part, they may seem happy but you never really know how they feel. So the question is, should you avoid high school relationships?
Drama and high school relationships go hand-in-hand. Whether the entire school knows about it or if only you and you boyfriend/girlfriend know about it. Now, I'm not saying that all high school relationships are bad. Because there are some good things about it. Besides the physical aspects, you have someone who can support you and be there for you emotionally. And that's something that probably everybody wants.
No one can make you avoid a relationship. Your parents can tell you not to have one but you can go behind their back if you wanted to. So I'm not going to sit here saying whether or not you should get into a high school relationship. That's your decision. What I will do though, is list the pro's and con's about having a high school relationship.
One good thing about having a relationship is obvious (especially for guys). Yeah, you like being all up on your girl (and sometimes, something "extra") and what not and it feels good. Sometimes it feels "good". And when she wants you to hold her, that feels even better. Everyone wants that. Even if you're flirtatious, the girl may not always want you on her and hugging her. But if you're with someone, unless you're in a fight, I can probably guarantee that she wouldn't mind you hugging her. IN FACT, you could bet that maybe she would think that something was wrong if you DIDN'T show her any affection. Even if you're not for that P.D.A. (Public Display of Affection), if you're alone, that's when you could do your thing.
But, what if you have a commitment complex? What if, you don't like being in a long term relationships but you like having all the benefits of being someone? Well over time, if you keep on breaking up with girls, people will view you as a "player". But of course, you should always listen to what the person has to say because there are always two sides to a story. But, if you don't like getting into a relationship but like having all the benefits of one, maybe you should talk to someone or even your girlfriend. Who knows, she could help you out I don't know.
I'll put more up later.