If you've just had a break-up and are feeling down, you're not alone. Just about everyone experiences a break-up at some point, and many then have to deal with heartbreak — a wave of grief, anger, confusion, low self-esteem, and maybe even jealousy all at once. Lots of things can cause heartbreak. Some people might have had a romantic relationship that ended before they were ready. Others might have strong feelings for someone who doesn't feel the same way.
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One minute, they're flying high on the wings of puppy love, and the next thing they're crashed into the sea of heartache. Fortunately, you can use a breakup as an opportunity to teach your teen how to deal with pain, rejection, disappointment, and the other flurry of emotions that often accompany the end of a relationship. Of course, you also want to avoid the things that could make your teen feel even worse. A young man can be just as hurt by a breakup as a woman or worse, depending on the personality of the teenager. Remember, first love is different than other types—your teen might have truly thought that this was the one and only person for him.
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After all, we all remember going through break ups when we were younger, and we were fine, right? Teenage emotions can be quite intense, and most of them don't have a huge amount of experience dealing with this sort of thing, so going through a breakup can be quite difficult or even scary. Ultimately, your teen is only going to accept your help if they want to. This depends on your relationship with your teen and generally varies from person to person anyway. However, you might find some of the following useful to think about:.
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