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“We're taught at such a young age that you can always be better and that you're never perfect and that you're never good enough.” This a quotation from SHAWN JHONSON. In younger years we experience indefinable feelings like walking in the clouds and curiousness. There is always a question in our mind about a certain things, place and many more.

Being a teenager is like experimenting something. We go out in our comfort zone. We are trying many things and also doing it. Curiousness is the reason why we are trying those things. In fact in this period teen agers learned how to smoke, how to drink alcoholic drinks. Most people called this period the beginning of bad habits. Our body is slowly changing in this period. Not only physical changes but also emotional changes. Teenagers trying to act like adult but sometimes they act like childish person. Most of the time we do things and make a decision without understanding and analyzing what will happen next.

Teenagers want things as easy as possible. They don’t to have a responsibility and others don’t want to follow their parents. Some are respectful and some are honest. In this period teenagers feel sometimes that they are alone in this world. It’s hard to understand teenagers sometimes.

Infatuation is a common feeling teenagers feels. It is define as the state of being completely carried away by unreasoned passion or love according to WIKIPEDIA, online free encyclopedia. Most of the times teenagers feels an instant love affair. But truth it is just a crush. For example they like the nose, lips skin and appeal. It is called

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