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Identity Crisis The Teenage midlife crisis By Erica C Bowman There are many issues that face todays teenagers Probably one of the most common is the issue of individualism or identity The teenage years harbor some of the most confusing and impressionable years in the life of any human being There are many expectations both individual and societal that play a large role in the development of each teenager Though most teenagers find their way through these difficult years as their own person there are some who never seem to fully understand who they are This misunderstanding can lead to many problems in adulthood When a child is born they are catered to for about three or four years Once the child embarks on their first journey away from home school there are some changes that occur in the child For the most part these changes are minimal for the child still retains the innocent nature not to care or understand the art of conforming to those around him or her Once a child enters the pivotal time in its life called adolescence that confident child becomes an awkward teenager What once never crossed the mind of that child now weighs heavily on the mind of that teenager The most important thing for a teenager is to be liked by others The easiest way for teenagers to be liked by others they seem to think is to conform to what others do So the pattern begins Teenagers create expectations for themselves by looking at famous people or perhaps even some of their peers Teenagers will starve themselves to be thinner but overpriced clothing and even acquire the same interests as others but to what end The instability of caused during this time in a persons life causes them to be less sure of themselves than ever before In an effort to be liked or popular or just simply not hated teenagers ten to
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