Being A Teenager – Post By A Teenager For Teenagers…And Their Parents!

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As a mother of 3 teenagers, I sometimes wonder how to get into their heads and find out what they are thinking and why they are thinking it. I'm sure every parent witb teenagers thinks this πŸ™‚ Here I share a post by @beejayolalere on her perspective of how teenagers think and how they can relate better with adults. A post by a teenager for teenagers …and their parents too, I daresay πŸ˜€ Enjoy! ……………………………………………………………….. Good evening y'all! How are ya doing?? I'm stressed, but I'm hanging in there you know. Let me get right to it then. Lately I've been thinking a lot about being a teen and the battles, both internal and external that we go through. Not to mention, the struggle with authority, the perception of oneself and then self- esteem issues, depression and whatnot. Long story short, being a teen is a 'tempestuous' time and if you're not a bundle of crazy like me πŸ˜‚ or super calm, it'll be a pain in delicate places, most of the time( it's a pain for us too, I just don't like to admit it) First off, what does being a teen mean and then what does it entail? Being a teen essentially, obviously is being between the ages of 13 and 19. Now what does it entail to be a teenager? This entails a whole lot of hard work. Forgive me, if you were expecting something philosophical, but it does man! I used to think teens just used to overdo, till I became one and realized life really isn't in black and white. You can want to be sane and just not end up being sane, but we don't raise children to give up now do we? So here are tips I guess to dealing with the hands you've been dealt or to make lemonade out of your lemons( see what I did there😁). For the rest of the post, click and follow this link. Thank me later!

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