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    Post Advice to Teen Girls: Ditch the Boyfriend

    Advice to Teen Girls:
    Ditch the Boyfriend

    http://cnn.netscape.cnn.com/news/pac...end&floc=wn-np

    Dear Advice Column:
    I have this totally cute boyfriend, "Jake," and I know lots of other girls in my high school would just love to hook up with him. There's just one problem. I feel sad a lot. And nervous. Sometimes I can't sleep at night. On bad days, I feel fat. Also, to make more time for "Jake," I quit the field hockey team. But that's okay. It took up waaay too much time anyway. So you see? Everything is just about perfect. What's wrong with me?
    Signed,
    A sweet sixteen who is too sad, sleepy, and hungry

    Dear Sweet Sixteen:
    Ditch Jake. He may be cute and make you the envy of all your friends, but he's the one who is making you sad, nervous, and sleepy. Don't believe me? Keep reading.
    Signed,
    The Advice Columnist

    Teen girls who are 15 and 16 years old should do themselves a big favor: Forget about having a steady boyfriend. According to a study by the Danish Institute for National Health, boyfriends tend to make teen girls feel sad, dispirited, and nervous, as well as create sleeping and eating problems, reports the Danish newspaper Dagsavisen. Girls who have boyfriends also tend to be displeased with their weight and tend not to be involved in as many physical activities, such as team sports.

    Boys, on the other hand, tend to be more pleased with their lives when they have a girlfriend.

    Why such a dramatic difference between the genders? Lead researcher Karin Helweg-Larsen blames it on socialization. Even though we have made great strides in equality between the sexes, she explained to Dagsavisen: "There are a lot of issues in the ways girls are brought up and socialized into society. We are brought up to take what other people think about us, our actions, and how we should be into account."

    Another reason could be the ages of the lovers. Girls, who are generally more emotionally and physically mature than boys the same age, often choose boyfriends who are older. Helweg-Larsen speculates that this age difference could make girls uneasy and make them feel less sure of themselves than they would if they didn't have a boyfriend. The opposite is true for boys. When they go out with someone who is younger, it can boost their self-worth.
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    Dear Advice Column:

    I am 32 and still sad, hungry and tired most of the time. Oh, and I am a guy and there is no "Jake" involved. Did a Danish newspaper write about that, too?
    And all my youth passed by sad-hearted,
    the joy of Spring was never mine;
    Autumn blows through me dread of parting,
    and my heart dreams and longs to die.

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    Post Re: AW: Advice to Teen Girls: Ditch the Boyfriend

    The question is: are you happy about your weight?
    If not, did you try team sports? What effect did that have?

    Brecht dS (just trying to help)

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