In healthy relationships, you and your friend or the person you’re dating feel good about yourselves and about each other.You do activities together such as going to movies, or hanging out with other friends, and you talk to one another about your feelings (instead of texting each other all the time).A guarded heart is one that has been through one traumatic experience after another, leaving a person unable to open up to new friends and loved ones easily.However, this doesn’t mean it’s completely impossible.
So, breaking up now is undoubtedly harder than it was five or 10 years ago.
The opposite of love isn’t hate; it is indifference.
Ghosting, for those of you who haven’t yet experienced it, is having someone that you believe cares about you, whether it be a friend or someone you are dating, disappear from contact without any explanation at all. Ghosting isn’t new—people have long done disappearing acts—but years ago this kind of behavior was considered limited to a certain type of scoundrel.
During your teen years, you will have many kinds of relationships, both friendships and those that are dating relationships.
Most of the time, these are fun, exciting, and healthy, and they make you feel good.