Teens now are much different than they were 10-15 years ago. The struggle of being a teen now, is ridiculous. Now, being a teenager is a lot more than going to school, having fun, and coming home to a happy family. With new problems, new diseases, new habits, to contend with parents have to realize the vast probability of their children being a victim of this age, this complicated era. Many kids will try to solve their problems in the worst way.
Such as aging up excessive drinking, smoking or self harm, for the littlest problems in their life. Kids now are exposed to problems that no type of therapy can help. Most kids will live In these problems, the lucky ones will understand. Peer pressure is the scariest thing a teenager will ever face. You can’t blame these kids for not being grateful or satisfied with what they have, their mentality has pushed them far away from reality. Many teenagers now fall into peer pressure. Its everything to a teenager to be In the “In Crowd” kids will do anything to fit In.
If you don’t wear the nicest clothes, nicest makeup, you’re considered an outsider. The desire to fir in can go as far as abuse, drugs, or alcohol. Many kids find self-harm as an escape. An escape from reality, friends, family, or not fitting in. There are many reasons people are known to self-harm; a lot of the time it is to help feel the pain you’re feeling on the inside in another way. People who self-harm often go too great lengths to cover up their injuries, the attention that self- harm does bring Is often negative and doesn’t help to relieve stress.
Self-harm can bring attention to you, causing people to talk badly about you. Many people find alternative activities to keep their mind off of hurting or cutting themselves. Know that there are other ways to deal with your problems. Listening to music, sports, or elective classes are many known ways to keep your mind off the negative things. If all else falls, there will always be someone to talk to, Including a family counselor. Many kid’s high school years would be a lot simpler if they knew there are many kids out there Just like them.
Every teenager should realize or be told they are not alone. Taking up smoking, drinking, or sex Is very common In a teens life. Most of the time it is a call for help. Your parents will tell you they are pushing you to help you better yourself; but as Naomi Long Magnet said in the last stanza of he poem “The things we love we have to learn to leave alone. ” Parents should let their children learn from their mistakes, let them be their own person. If someone thinks they will never achieve, or get better, that is not true.
It is never too late to better yourself. Will live in these problems, the lucky ones will understand. Everything to a teenager to be in the “In Crowd” kids will do anything to fit in. If you harm does bring is often negative and doesn’t help to relieve stress. Self-harm can else fails, there will always be someone to talk to, including a family counselor. Not alone. Taking up smoking, drinking, or sex is very common in a teens life. Most of you better yourself; but as NOAA’ Long Magnet said in the last stanza of he poem