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People who are nostalgic about childhood were obviously never children Few people can remember the truth about adolescence Their minds censor their memories and have them believe that being a teenager was was one big party free of cares and responsibilities Well let me say this you couldn t be more wrong if you had a lobotomy There arent that many adults around who realise what adolescence was really like The anguish the fear the anxiety the stress People dont remember those problems because they want to forget them The truth of the matter is is that being a teenager is hard right from the beginning and it doesnt get any easier We are such easy prey for big name companies who advertise using the pressure of popularity looks and sex to force us to buy their product that as it turns out we never wanted or needed in the first place Our lives are filled with stress One of the greatest sources of pressure is school Where we are herded like cattle from room to room chewing on our cud while the hay of knowledge is force fed to us as we are trying our hardest to gulp it down as more and more is shovelled in Another great source of pressure is ourselves We try our hardest to be accepted among a certain group or circle Whereas most of the time we are rejected and we become depressed Depression another problem along with ignorance and apathy that thwarts our lives A wise man when questioned about his view on ignorance and apathy said I dont know and I dont give a damn We find outlets for our emotions through either art poetry or music being the three most common There are thousands of poems floating around written by bitter or depressed teenagers that are never recognised as works of art Another form of escape for teenagers is unfortunately suicide It is alarming how
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