Seniors Share Experiences as Couples

Teenagers are always told that they’re too young to know what love is, but 94% of teens believe in true love. Stageoflife.com shows that 61% of teens say that they have been “in love” before. This makes sense, being that this is where most people find their first love.

The majority of teens think that there is a negative perception of teenagers in love, by those who are older and others around them. Although there isn’t much difference other than age.

” Every person someone dates during their life will teach them what they do and do not want, and obviously that is no different for high school student,” Evan Manning, from the HuffPost said.

Manning also brings up the point that it is better to have discovered what you want in a partner. You would be less likely to marry someone that is not suited for you later on because you know what to look for.

About 2% of marriages are to a high school sweetheart. Even though the chances of a high school relationship lasting are slim, no matter what happens, teens should be able to take something beneficial away from it and know more about what they want in a partner.