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then their marks have been going down, and have been suspended many times. Giving into peer pressure and participating in these activities can potentially harm one’s future, and make them forget who they really are! However, teenagers also get influenced by the media. Many forms or media, including the internet, newspapers, magazines, television, and the radio, all have a part in causing an adolescent stress through negative pressure. Just recently a friend of mine developed an obsession with losing weight, so that she can look as “beautiful” as the Victoria secret models. These forms of media provide teens many different types of information and messages about their specific age group and gender. This confuses adolescents, because these messages are providing false facts of how someone their age/gender should act or look like. Negative pressure
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Singh from peers and the media can make a teenagers life more difficult, because it can cause them to partake in negative activities, and have a false understanding of how someone their age should be like. Lastly, puberty is another factor which makes a teenager’s life more difficult. Many teenagers feel scared and confused because their bodies are drastically changing. Signs of puberty in a girl could include breast development, weight gain, hair growth under arms and other parts of the body, and growth in height. During puberty, girls go through a process called the menstruation cycle. During this cycle a woman’s ovary drops an egg and it comes out as blood. In health class my class watched a video about how painful a period can be. During a period a girl may experience discomfort through cramps, headaches, back pain, mood swings, or pimple breakouts.
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