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Myth #3: It is okay that I never go out or see my friends anymore; my boyfriend/girlfriend is the most important person in my life and is the only one who really matters. It is always important to have friends, no matter what your partner says.
Your boyfriend/girlfriend should never have control over who you hang out with or stop you from seeing people.
Read these dating myths to help figure out the difference.
Myth #1: It is a good idea to give my boyfriend/girlfriend the password to my Myspace or facebook page. You never have to give your password to anybody, including the person you are dating.
Dating abuse is really common among teens; about 1 in 3 high school students have been or will be involved in an abusive relationship.
An abusive relationship is when one partner tries to have power or control over the other.
Your email account, Myspace and/or facebook pages are your personal pages and you have the right to keep them private.
In fact, the United States Bill of Rights was modeled after the English Bill of Rights.The second provision of the Bill states that the crown may not create new taxes without approval of Parliament.An act must be passed in Parliament in order for new taxes to be created.Your partner should respect your privacy and personal space, not try to invade it. Just because you are in a relationship doesn’t mean that you can’t talk to a person of the opposite sex.Myth #2: It is understandable that my boyfriend/girlfriend doesn’t want me to talk to anyone of the opposite sex; they love me so much that they get jealous if they see me talking to anyone else. Extreme jealousy and possessiveness are in no way romantic and are not a part of a health relationship, they could even be early signs of an abusive relationship.