While the dating and break-up cycle is often difficult, parental support can help to get a teen through it.Parents are especially helpful in teaching resiliency and how to bounce back.Teens live in the moment, so right now feels like it will last forever.
Breaking Up With Someone Dealing with a Breakup Understanding Why the Breakup Happened Community Q&A No matter what age you are, dealing with a breakup is not fun.
As a teenager, you probably have a million other things also pulling on your emotions (parents, school, friends, teachers, job, college applications, and so on) that it may make a breakup seem even harder to handle.
Almost half of the teens surveyed feel that social media offers a place for them to show care and affection towards their partners as well as feel more emotionally connected to them, but many of them reported that the platform is also used for revenge and harassment.
A portion of the teens admitted to accessing their partner's texts without permission or impersonating them and messaging people both during and after a relationship.
Only 8% of over 13 to 17-year-olds who have dated someone in the past met a romantic partner online -- mostly through -- but over 18% of teens with dating experience have experienced or initiated a breakup by sending a private social media message, changing their relationship status on Facebook or posting a status update.