When I was in high school, I was so anxious whenever I learned that someone wanted to court me. I don’t know how to ask my parents’ permission that someone is going to court me because I was afraid then that they might get mad at me. I was afraid that they may think that I was less serious in my studies. My parents are not so open when it comes to LOVE matters. I can’t blame them because my parents married at a very young age. My mom was barely 15 and my dad was 17. They just don’t want me to get married at a very young age too.
A typical teenager falls in love. This is inevitable. As a matter of fact, it is a magical and wonderful feeling. Imagine, you suddenly feel that your day is incomplete without having a glimpse of your special someone. Then, you suddenly care about someone who is not related to you. Isn’t that great? The turning point is this, what comes first? What would a typical teenager choose between love and studies? Ideally, it is studies which should come first and foremost because this will be the KEY to a better and brighter future.
What would you do if you fall in love at a wrong time? With wrong time, I mean the time wherein you are still studying. Simple, treat your feelings lightly. Do not get too involved with someone. It is enough that you have an inspiration to keep you going. But beware, because the moment you give your heart, soul and body at the point in your life wherein you are not yet ready, that’s the end of your bright future. Remember, it is always better to be safe than sorry.