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Running head: SURVIVING YOUR TEENAGER Assignment #1: “Personal Essay” Adam D. Evans ENG 115- English Composition Charles P. Bretan, Ed.D November 11, 2016 1
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SURVIVING YOUR TEENAGER One terrifying movie ever produced was "Children of the Corn." A movie where all of the towns adolescence were possessed or influence by some demonic force. Whatever the basis of the story was, this seems to be today's reality of our youth mainly those with-in the age range of 12 to 17. So what has happened to our young people and how can we survive those dreaded entities known as teenagers? Surviving Your Teenager is meaningful to me because the manner in which we rear our offspring during those formidable years will determine the future of the world in which they will effect, I will be surviving a teenager, and I have observed many parents going through challenges and hope to give some insight from my experience of being a teenager.
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