Deception in young adult dating
Dating relationships that end with a lot of drama, multiple attempts to reunite, and extreme behaviors such as stalking, cyber stalking, or bouts of despondency should be red flags for issues with love addiction and relationship problems in the future.
Young adults who may not be comfortable and confident on their own may decide to enter into a relationship just to be part of what they see as the norm.
This can be compounded if the young adult does not have a strong sense of who they are in the world and what they want in a partner and long-term relationship.
It is important for young adults to be comfortable as singles and to really understand themselves before getting into a relationship. Permission to publish granted by Sherry Gaba, LCSW, therapist in Thousand Oaks, California The preceding article was solely written by the author named above.
As I talk about in my book, you can learn to evaluate your personal comfort as well as develop the skills needed to choose a partner who will truly be a great match for you as you move through life. Any views and opinions expressed are not necessarily shared by Good
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