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Surviving Your Teenager Adam Evans Charles P. Bretan, Ed.D English Composition 10/30/2016
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How can an individual gauge or determine what they define as their adult life? Would it be the responsibilities you carry, or just simply a certain age. It is my belief that you are not considered an adult until you have the responsibility of someone else life in your hands, including your own. Having two boys of my own allowed me to understand the responsibilities of being an adult. However, the anticipation of them growing into their teenage years send a sense fear through me. If the experience they will have is anything like I had, and how I put my parents through. I will definitely be time pure horror. So how do you survive raising your teenager? I don’t think there is any cookie cutter way of doing this. And this is why I chose this topic. Simply to explore different ways in different cultures that parents deal with those years of individualism that a teenager experiences.
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