If you have seen any ‘coming of age’ teen movie you will definitely understand the pressure of finding yourself and labeling yourself under certain categories. As important as it is to 'find yourself’, it can also be a little detrimental to constantly label yourself when you’re not ready.
Cases of self-hate are worryingly increasing among adolescents. In addition to the bad body image that the media portrays and the social expectations of perfection, some unlikely culprits are also fuelling self-hate. Identifying the problem will be the first way of turning that car around, driving away from the self-hate and into a haven of respect and love for oneself.
A natural part of being a human being is building a support group of family and friends to help you when you fall down. However, there are many people who have experienced destructive relationships; whether they be with significant others, friends or family. While it is vital to eliminate the prevalence of destructive relationships from your life, it is also important to know how to build a strong relationship to prevent from having a detrimental relationship in the future.
This question seems to pop up quite regularly in discussions about relationships and the truth is, there is no answer. It does not matter whether it is an intimate relationship or a relationship between friends, the notion of opposites attracting is irrelevant and here is why.