I'm tired of hearing it. People keep having the same 'ole debate about teenage love. Here's the deal. Love can exist at any age in many ways. True love can happen at 15, 30, 60, 90, etc. What people don't understand is the meaning of love. Love isn't sex. Love isn't kissing. Love isn't looking good together. Love is deeper than that. Love is butterflies. Love is missing them after a few minutes. Love is the good times and the bad times. Love is speed bumps. Love is knowing that mistakes will be made. It's working through problems together and not playing the blame game. It's about taking responsibility for your actions and cutting each other some slack. It's about holding hands when you are having the biggest fight your relationship has ever endured. It's not bragging about why your boyfriend or girlfriend is better than everyone else's. It's keeping some things just between you and your partner. It's about back rubs and tender kisses. Hugs that make your skin tingle. The look that is meant specifically for that one person. It's knowing that at the end of the day you'll only love one another more.