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According to developmental psychologist Erik Erikson, adolescence is marked by the search for an identity.Around age 19, young adults move into the search for intimacy.
Interestingly, teens who had a great deal of personal conflict with their parents did not necessarily carry this dynamic over into their relationships.
The specific boundaries vary from relationship to relationship, but the important aspect is that each strives to make the other feel safe.
However, teens may need to go through a few bad "practice" relationships to learn important lessons.
Adolescence is a tough time for parents as well as children.
As kids grow and mature, they begin identifying more heavily with their peers than with their parents.
It’s kind of like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole; you may make it work but it will never be quite right. Love may indeed be right around the corner, across the street or, sometimes, it is actually right in front of you.