Be careful not to mix up Love w/ infatuation. The feelings for both are very close, but in understanding Love you have to be ready within yourself to be vulnerable and open to accepting that your feelings may not be given back to you they way you want or expect. When we are young we have a tendency to let our passions and imagination overwhelm us. We start to day-dream about our future together w/ that other person and are not really seeing the situation w/ realistic expectations. And it can be devastating when our feelings are not reciprocated by the person of our affections.
More than likely not. It is possible to love someone, and first loves are special. However they rarely last past high school. It is all about....for a lack of a better word, I'll steal from Thumper in Bambi...being twitterpated. "In love" is different. It is deeper and is more about contentment.
I believe that it is easier to love & to accept love the younger you are. Love is more simple, pure, uncomplicated. Thoughts are not so jaded toward relationships gone bad, the mind and spirit is open to love. Life seems full of possibilities & dreams seem within reach. I think it is harder to distinguish love from among other things as one grows older. The heart becomes hard, and negativity is present.
Yes but don't get married or pregnant until after college. And if you marry an older man, he is less likely to cheat on you because he will view you as young and pretty compared to every girl he graduated with, from highschool. Find someone who believes you are too valuable to risk losing. Cheating is the #1 cause of divorce. Don't cheat and it's easy to stay married.
Love starts when you first jump in to this world. You know from personal experience i'd say feelings for someone at young age is a short term flame that will fades cause it's not true love it's needs and rush for someone who you will see differently with time. True love is ....... man! it's indescribable :P Anyway Good luck :)