Teen traumas have caused suicides, depression, and fear.
This ensures that high school graduates will not be completely drowned in their own naivete in their first relationship after high school.#2: The same can happen after high school, so the argument is void.#3: In life, one has to learn to deal with their own distractions.
The world is dog-eat-dog, and those who can't manage their own thoughts deserve the grades they get.
It is not the fault of the relationship but the fault of the easily distracted person.
They must learn to deal with distraction, and it best be early on in life.
Why do you suppose that dating will help a teenager grow as a person when it can very well hinder a person's growth in judgment.
I agree in that high school is where you can develop judgment, but honestly, what does dating have anything to do with gaining judgment?
Emotional trauma Why do you think the trauma that a teen does undergo is supposed to be taken the same way as a thirty year old would?
Teen trauma can affect later marriages rendering the practice of dating useless.
Also, conflict and experience helps with the development of judgment, which is best to grow at a younger age.#5: This happens between people who aren't dating as well.
The only way to prevent all sexual and physical violence is to separate all human beings.
The distractions that you refer to are distractions that are unavoidable.