Emotional Well-Being as a Predictor of Casual Sex Relationships and Experiences among Adolescents

Emotional Well-Being as a Predictor of Casual Sex Relationships and Experiences among Adolescents

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The goals for this study had been to: 1) offer prevalence data on three temporal changes in engagement, entry into CSREs, continuation of CSREs, and discontinuation of CSREs, in adolescence from a subsample of intimately active adolescents from a representative sample; 2) examine the prospective links between emotional wellbeing predictors (mental stress, self-esteem, suicidal ideation, frequent usage of liquor, and regular use of drugs) and also the three temporal changes in engagement in CSREs while deciding two kinds of CSREs; and 3) investigate the moderating part of sex on these associations. Continuar leyendo «Emotional Well-Being as a Predictor of Casual Sex Relationships and Experiences among Adolescents»