Forget the fact that we’re not official anymore. That’s just a title, if you think about it, that’s absolutely right. It is just a title. Spending quality time with someone you truly love? That’s real, and it honestly feels great to share moments and those feelings with each other, similar to when that title was still in tact.
Honestly, with or without the title, the love and faithfulness is still visible and that says more than just a silly title. And I’m truly happy that we both shared and still share the same wants in a relationship and still try for this to work out. There’s no rush though in this process. Nice and easy pace to patch up the holes is better than a temporary fix that can lead to a bigger outbreak.
To be frank, I feel relieved to share the same ground with someone at this young age, especially in this generation where nowadays, a handful of teenagers crave for the title of “boyfriend and girlfriend” just to have someone to call theirs, forcing themselves to think that what they feel for each other is love, when it isn’t, & not knowing how to even handle a relationship. Some may even take on a relationship due to their social environment, seeing that people their age have one, they want to have what they have—a typical scenario for kids. They feel a sense of adulthood when getting theirselves into one yet not able to handle it maturely—and so it fails—then they’re off to the next one and another, etc, until they’re mentally and emotionally prepared to settle down for that one person from here on out….
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying all adults can handle their relationships, but teens are still young, not many of them know what they truly want nor want to be tied down. But, I’m just saying… I’m just shining the light upon my opinion towards this.