There are many relationships that never lasted for a very long time because of certain happenings or interventions. One major factor of breakups is the intervention of the parents. The big question is, "Should be parents still be included in the teens' decision in choosing their future partners in life?" The funny thing is that teen and parents have opposing view points. One strong argument from those who say no is that democracy should be exercised. I quote a line from a mother-daughter quarrel, "Mom, you can't tie me up in your hand forever. I am old enough already to decide for my own." While those who say yes will say, "parents are parents, it's the responsibility of the parents to guide their children in everything they do." Just talking about the teen related violence today will really make you wanna say yes to the question.
For me not to look like I'm bias I'll be standing on the middle of this issue and will try to neutralize everything I say. Actually, the intervention of the parents make has a positive and negative side. It can sometimes be advantageous because parents already know everything about love and they can be a great source of advices. It can also be a disadvantage in the sense that they can be holding the child on the neck already. Well it's up for you to decide is it a yes or a no?