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On the Emotional Capacity of the Fourteen Year Old The actor an accomplished professional spends his time imitating the actions emotions and feelings of others Hell incorporate what he has seen and witnessed throughout his life and portray these emotions often convincing himself they are his own Taking a step out of reality he throws himself into a state of illusion where he plays along the lines of what is real and what is merely pretend In doing so the emotions hell portray may not be apart of the rest of the world but they are still pure and true in their own form taken from a previous experience and now expressed through imitation In a way the fourteen year old goes through this day by day putting on her own production of feelings with a curtain of uncertainty Throughout her life the fourteen year old has encountered various events and situations whos aspects often seem too heavy for her to comprehend Her delicate balance of childhood and maturity is shattered somewhere within the years of adolescence leaving her stranded in the space between Shell struggle to grow up striving her best for maturity and experience all the while glancing back to her inner child for decisions made with tinges of uncertainty Emotions overwhelm the confused adolescent while society continues to tell her what she can and cannot feel I know this for I too happen to be trapped in this void searching for my identity while the only thing Im sure of is this constant pang of uncertainty Seemingly stretching out into this new world of emotion there are things that I truly feel which my mind continues to tell me are only manifestations of simple girlish infatuation Why should the fourteen year old be denied her true feelings Society seems to unknowingly conclude that age is in direct proportion to the validity of emotion but people cant make assumptions
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