I agree. Many relationships at young ages are messy.
Laotzu wrote:I don't think we can definitively state that people mature enough for a relationship as they grow older. Maturity is subjective from person to person. For example, a 21 year old person is not necessarily more mature then a 15 year old. It is much more likely but not certain. Wisdom and maturity are likely to come with age, but it should be noted that this is not always the case.I agree. Many relationships at young ages are messy.
Surely you won't deny that many relationships at older ages are also messy? Is there definitive evidence that relationships are better as one gets older? Perhaps it is due to experience. Perhaps early relationships are required, so the young lovers in question learn valuable lessons which help them mature. Of course, not everyone learns from their mistakes. However, in order to learn from a mistake, you have to make it in the first place. So maybe, a first relationship is the same whether one is 13 or 18? Of course this would apply only if both are in a first relationship. Truly, something like maturity is subjective (basically the point that I have been trying to get across, despite off topic ramblings here or there).
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