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10 June 2004

Get a boyfriend/girlfriend

After swearing to your friends that you would rather jump in a lake than get involved with anyone (you were 13 at the time), you have to admit now that the guy in Grade 11 with the dark curly hair gives you serious butterflies.

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After swearing to your friends that you would rather jump in a lake than get involved with anyone (you were 13 at the time), you have to admit now that the guy in Grade 11 with the dark curly hair gives you serious butterflies.

Step 1.
But how do you find out if he is interested?

Step 2.
When you get involved, everything seems so wonderful. But are there signs that all is not OK? Are you being taken for a ride? Or more importantly is this relationship a non-starter?

Step 3.
Good for you if things have been going great, but sometimes relationships reach the end of the line. It may be time to break up. This is never easy to do, but there are some things you shouldn't do when you break up with someone.

Step 4.
Having problems with a relationship? Why not post a question to Health24's teen health expert or Cybershrink?

 
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