Lovely Questions

July 8, 2010
By Anonymous

I am utterly confused by the dynamics of the teen relationship. This does not to mean I’m in a relationship, I’m clearly not.

This subject has forced me to stumble upon questions such as…
If a guy turns you down when do you finally throw in the towel?
What does being in love actually feel like?
How to detect the difference between love, being in love and infatuation.
Why won’t he date me if he likes me?
Is there such thing as true love or do we as humans just make it up?
Is everyone destined to find one true love or many throughout life?
Do those of the male gender actually care what us girls wear?
Does body type matter?
Is there such an event as love at first site? (an occurrence I strongly believe is nonexistent)
Do the majority of teenage guys only want sex?
What are some ways I can get a not so average teen guy to notice me?

With these questions I conclude that I am not seeking an average teenage relationship due to the fact that most don’t work out. Countless dim teen magazines have answered these questions for me, however they lack depth. I just wish to better understand the dating game and I know that love appears differently to everyone, but if you have insight pertaining to these questions please clue me in.

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on Oct. 7 2010 at 12:29 pm
Angelicajoy__ GOLD, South Plainfield, New Jersey
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Favorite Quote:
"I’m stretched too thin,
this constant longing for you
will pull me apart"

This really has me thinking :)

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