But break-ups are generally more traumatic for teenagers than they are for adults, says Michael Bradley, Ed D, the Feasterville, PA author of (Mc Graw-Hill, .95).
As teens begin dating, an all-too-frequent result is heartbreak when the relationship ends.
Sooner or later your teen is going to want to date again.
These ups and downs in our teen’s lives cause stress in ours and we may feel like putting a stop to it by not allowing our teens to date or trying to control their relationship.
Poiema L., 16, from New Mexico"Last year, I was dumped.
It was my first relationship—he was also my first kiss—so I was pretty naïve about the whole thing.