Trinity Teen Solutions is a Christian focused residential treatment center helping teenage girls and the emotional fallout of young love. We tailor the care your teen receives to his or her personal health care needs and assemble a team of specialists who take the time to listen and thoroughly understand your daughter’s concerns. The safety of our students is foremost and our professionals will work closely with your child to provide security. Parents can trust our specialists to collaborate and offer families the best possible outcomes and service. If you have a daughter who is struggling with emotional fallout and the issues associated with it, call Trinity Teen Solutions at 855-631-4424. Parents usually become concerned when their teenage girl falls in love. Maybe they don’t want their child to get so serious so young. Maybe they don’t trust or approve of their daughter’s chosen love. Perhaps they suspect some mistreatment might occur. Maybe they fear the increased likelihood of sexual involvement. Of course, they can try ending the relationship, but in doing so, it can intensify the attraction they are trying to stop.
Teen Girls are At-Risk of Doing Themselves Harm After a Breakup
The reality is that most teenage in-love relationships do not last. In most cases there is no pain-free way to bring an in-love relationship to a close. Someone is going to feel injured when the other is ready to move on. Break ups in high school are particularly painful for the one who is broken off and feels hurt, abandoned, rejected or betrayed. And sometimes the response to being dumped in an in-love relationship may be linked to teen sex. Teenage girls often grieve pain from loss and may respond with depression. Allowing themselves to feel extremely sad, they are often not able to reach out for help. They may have a feeling of "I can’t live without him" or "I’ll never be loved again". Some teen girls may be at risk of doing themselves harm. For parents, taking falling in love and in-love breakups seriously with your daughter, is very important. Do not dismiss them as if it’s the normal part of high school puppy love. If your daughter is dumped in an in-love relationship, you should put her on a watch for any signs of a depressive or self-injurious response. Also, encourage talking the painful experience out so that destructive acting out does not occur, and to make sure your daughter is moving through the loss in a healing way. Parents who are concerned about their daughter’s emotional well-being, should seek care as soon as possible. Call Trinity Teen Solutions at 855-631-4424, your teen may soon be on her way to recovery.