teenage love

Psychologists believe that the love of adolescence does not rise to the level of true love, and that it is just a feeling of admiration that stems from the interest in getting to know the opposite sex, which is motivated by instinct and hormonal changes that affect the thinking of adolescents, and make them unable to distinguish their feelings... Research and studies show that the feelings and attraction that a teenager experiences about a person is in fact nothing but a reflection of the buried desires to experience the events of romantic stories; According to Dr. Siuka Saleström, a child and adolescent psychologist in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Adolescents may lack inhibitory abilities, says Saleström. Because executive brain functions are still developing; Given their life experiences with romantic love, parents may ignore teenage feelings, or compare teenage romantic love with adults; So teenage love takes many forms, Psychological and Academic Effects of the Teenager There are many effects that are reflected on the adolescent because of love at this stage, including the following: [3] 0 seconds of 0 secondsVolume 0% The adolescent is exposed to a series of psychological and mental pressures that may push him to misbehave or sometimes reckless; Because of the instability of his feelings, and the imbalance of the relationship and its functioning well, which may end in harming himself. Poor academic performance and lower educational attainment rates for adolescents who engage in early relationships due to the inability to focus and think about relationships and partners and to go out with them at the expense of studying and studying. The appearance of the effects of anxiety and severe stress on the adolescent, which may develop into a feeling of depression and a preference for isolation and staying alone on a continuous basis, which may result in other negative behaviors that may harm him,[3] in addition to his feeling of sadness, jealousy and distrust of others quickly because of his personal experiences that may expose him to shock, harm and pain. Psychological outcome of her ending in separation.[4]