A part of being an adult is that you make mistakes but you always learn from the mistakes and that prevent you from doing the same mistakes all over again. What I am trying to say is good to be a kid but you have to grow up to become an adult because that’s how you decide what kind of life style you want instead of your parent making it for you. I know some were not given a chance to enjoy childhood but what you got is more importance meaning that you who didn’t enjoy you childhood you had a head start to become a adult and maybe do better than other who didn’t went trough your situation
That you have to do the heavy lifting while you 're here. And when you don 't, well, you suffer the consequences.” (Adam Savage, brainyquote.com) Adulthood requires sacrifice and a good mindset. Sometimes people aren’t shown how to take care of themselves, this being either too babied or not having anyone to look up to. Growing up is hard but no one says you have to do it alone. It is nice to get advice here and there from those that have been through the newly-adulted stage.
Even though peer pressure can have positive effects, the most part is the bad part. Teens have more pressure to be cool, and to be accepted that's what makes them rebel of do what mom or dad had always told them not to do. They may know that it is wrong but it is all about looking cool for that second, or being safe and listen to your parents. Actually, when you are faced with a situation that you know is wrong you don't think about what your parents will think until you have already completed it and there is no turning back. Then there comes the punishment.
Adults and Teens that use these social profiles or services often put their lives in danger that could be easily avoided if they let the pieces come into place, and not forcing themselves to find love. Internet dating is a scam for money from internet nerds that have promises for things they can’t reassure. With weak minded users that forget there sense of reality and logic.
By taking age limits seriously, we can prevent a negative consequence known as addiction. Age limits exist to prevent immature children from being exposed to addictive substances such as drugs and alcohol, or games that easily hook a weak mind. Addiction can successfully mislead a child's life because in some cases the immature mind is unable to differentiate between right and wrong as the drive to take part in an activity or vice is too powerful. An example of this would be how some youth gamers develop a strong desire to play a restricted game because they enjoy exposure to new alien themes a game portrays. Constant exposure to violence or sexual references could destroy the mind of children under aged as they become accustomed to these themes, therefore they might consider violence or sexual abuse acceptable in society.
Growing up and becoming mature can be an intimidating experience; it is difficult to let go of one’s childhood and embrace the adult world. For some people, this transition from youthfulness to maturity can be much more difficult than for others. These people often try to hold on to their childhood as long as they can. Unfortunately, life is not so simple. One cannot spend their entire life running from the responsibilities and hardships of adulthood because they will eventually have to accept the fact that they have a role in society that they must fulfill as a responsible, mature individual.
This may reduce the chance of people’s later realization that they didn’t really know themselves when they got married, as well as the feeling that they have grown apart from each other. Marriage should be a mature and responsible decision; it should be a long-lasting commitment. People seem to take this commitment all too lightly in today's generation and it leads to high rates in early marriages. I strongly claim that early marriage is a violation of children's basic rights and to making decisions about their own lives. With the standards established up to date, marriage comes with manifold responsibilities; most of them teens are not prepared to handle.
Unfortunately, most of these people are already sensitive enough about that and it just adds on when they are judged or made fun of for it. Although, these harsh words make be very hard to deal with and understand why the bully has decided to single out them, family and friend support can help majorly. In some cases the victim feels too vulnerable and embarrassed to tell a friend or adult. Adolescents who are socially well adjusted and have healthy peer and family support systems are likely to have better decision making and coping skills. Usually they are better equipped to ignore or effectively rebut cyberbullying and are less likely to escalate the situation through retaliation.
When they think about doing something they are often quick to do it without giving much thought to the dangers or problems that their actions can cause (Swerhone, 2012). The reasoning for this lies in the fact that teenagers do not take in and process information in the same part of the brain that adults do (Swerhone, 2012). Adults use their frontal lobe which ... ... middle of paper ... ...d get better after that break-up and is beginning a journey using their newly developed skills. Works Cited Anderssen, E. (2011, September 24). Teen suicide: ‘We’re not going to sit in silence’ .
It can be a nearly impossible task for anyone to break away from how they have been raised and from the people who have raised them. A person would not only need to have motivation, but an iron will. They would need to be able to be patient, for it would take a large amount of time to be able to pull their selves away from the life that they were born into, and to create for their selves a new life. All of this relies on the multiple factors that can effect a person from being able to leave their old lifestyle and create a better one for them to live in. It can be a nearly impossible task for anyone to break away from how they were raised and from who had raised them.