I'm sure that we as teenagers have experienced times when people we know
well drive us up the wall and met people from time to time whom, for some
reason or other, we just do not like. Can you remember times when your
brother or sister seemed especially bossy, your teacher was cross with you
for no reason at all, or a parent was being unnecessarily critical of
something you had done ? Well, we meet these sorts of situations all the
time. Life sometimes seems as if it is just a series of problems and
arguments. For most of us, parents are probably the most frequent reason for
such feelings. But, every young person has difficulties with teachers,
arguments or rows with their friends.
Teenagers feel they have a lot to be
angry or frustrated about life. It is hard when you want so much to be
grown-ups, to be able to make decisions, yet have to ask your parents'
permission. It is difficult having to wait for things, being continually
held back by adult caution when you are sure you are ready and able to
handle new experiences. It is frustrating to be treated like a child when
you know you are becoming an adult. It is hard to have obstacles and
restrictions placed in your way when you know you are capable and
responsible and it is hard to have adults vary so much in what they expect
of you and in what they will allow you to do.
One way of dealing with this situation is to get angry. This is
justifiable anger and a small amount of anger can be a good thing. Anger can
bring problems out into the open and it can help to get things done. Anger
about unfairness, selfishness, greed or unfair treatment can help to bring
about changes and to put things right. Another way to keep us going is to
feel good about ourselves. The thing that is most likely to make us feel
good is a happy relationship with another person. This is the sort of
relationship we have within a family. Being praised, loved, valued as a
person makes us feel good. We all have our doubts and uncertainties and it
is support and words of encouragement from parents or other adults such as
teachers that keep us going. Talk to your parents and other adults. Make
them understand your needs and your frustrations will
dwindle to nothing.
a summary of how teenagers can face frustrations, annoyance or anger they
experienced as they grow to adulthood and how to deal with them.
in continuous writing ( not in note form )
be longer than 100 words, including the 10 words given below
your summary as follow:
Teenagers experience frustrating moments with family and friends who may ...