- 14-16Vote A
- 15-18Vote B
- 19-21Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
That depends on the individual there is no real cookie cutter answer for that I am afraid. In my experience 15-18 range is the best time to start. Or when a person is mature enough to know and realize what a relationship entails.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
18+ Especially for a young girl. Relationships are serious whether you intend for them to be or not. You will find yourself committing DAILY energy, thoughts, effort, and time into relationships. You often find yourself compromising the life you could have as a selfless gesture. If things are not working well, relationships can intensify any bit of stress, anxiety, or depression you experience. As a preteen or teenager, young females are already trying to navigate through the confusing, intense, passionate mingle of hormones. There are already so many factors contributing to low self-esteem. I recall it was 1 in four females who loses her virginity to be liked; to feel important. It’s not a healthy way to utilize your youth. And the results can be DEVESTATING. Depending on who the girl has gotten involved with and how much he’s broken her heart, the relationship may impact her negatively into her 20’s. She may pick up bad habits from that relationship that she NEVER lets go of until she’s a grown woman. It’s most beneficial for young girls to stay goal oriented, focused on nurturing their hobbies, and setting the framework for a happy, harmonious future in the adult world.
Although I didn’t plan for it, I didn’t experience my first relationship until I was 20 years old. I am so glad I waited. Looking back on it, my youth was so refreshingly simple in a blissful way that I don’t think is possible to retrieve during adulthood.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE