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My Gesellschaft Society Many young people in this day and age are tying to look act and overall seem older I deal with these struggles everyday in my life Kids face many dilemmas in their trek to adulthood yet they still try to obtain adulthood earlier by going through the proper rites of passage These things create dilemmas which can help or hinder lifetime goals Two of the dilemmas that young people face today are peer pressure and adult pressure Kids today in the modern society encounter things such as smoking drinking and violence In a Gemeinschaft society peer pressure is not going to be a really big issue in a teens life All of the people in that society are probably going think and have the same ideal as everybody else in their community Although in a Gesellschaft society teens are going to struggle with different issues because no one thinks the same or follows the same ideas or trends I know in my life it is very hard to stick to what I believe in There is always going to be someone out there to tell you a different side of a situation In some ways seeing two different views of a problem is good It helps to weigh out the good and the bad I live in a Gesellschaft society The friends I hang around with have many different beliefs about everything There is no way that we can all believe or follow the same ideas Peer pressure is a very major dilemma when friends or peers try to get a person to do what they the majority like and not what the individual likes or does not want to do Peers create some of the so-called rites when one follows more start to follow then it becomes the scenario of follow the leader For example some teens think that drinking is a passage into adulthood because the law states
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