There is a common saying that goes “it is better to break a relationship than a marriage” applicable in this case.
When breaking up, choose a safe location and prepare for uncomfortable feelings.
The relationships that teenagers experience will affect them in their future lives.
These relationships bring about happiness, sadness, and even depression.
The components of a healthy relationship include honesty, respect, trust, commitment, assertiveness, positive self-esteem, mutual/separate goals and interests, communication, and equality.
There are skills that a person can acquire in order to be able to triumph in relationships.
They include communication, empathy, and genuine concern for each other, expressing one and fighting fairly, knowing each other has needs, and asserting each other’s rights by honoring and respecting them.
Self-esteem means that a person should feel good about him/herself by accepting himself or herself as they are because nobody is perfect.
This is because every relationship teaches something, and helps people to grow individually.
In cases where a relationship does not work completely, a break up is called for.