i just saw a documentary on teenagers ( it was david suzuki, and had a ton of scientific research to back it up)<br />
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anyways, knew studies show that yes, teenage love is quite different then adult love; because of the dopamine levels that a teen gains from love. Young love is more intense then adult love, because its associated with risks, and thats what we need to do to grow and evolve as an entire race. <br />
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hence the reasons for the deep depression that comes after a break up (its called dopamine withdrawal)<br />
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as we grow, we take less risks. (speaking for most people, some take risks throughout their whole lives)<br />
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so don't listen to anyone thats saying its not serious, because it effects a young brain so profoundly, nd much more then it would an adult.<br />
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and if you want to see the documentary and the knew studies look up: The Nature of Things, Surviving the Teenage Brain"

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Yes. You will go on to *learn* the difference between serious and 'serious'. If you think it's serious now, then wait and see how much more serious it gets in five years time from now (just as an example) After saying which, I wouldn't rob you of what you feel. I'm simply saying that what you consider to be serious, right now, will be *much* more serious to you in years to come :)<br />
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~F~

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