A.Discovering their identities
Teenagers are at a point in their lives when they are trying to figure out who they are as a person, their likes/dislikes and what they will be doing for the rest of their lives. They use this time to test and try out many identities until they find one they are most comfortable with. B.Independence
These years are a constant struggle between dependence and independence. Rebellious teens want to have total independence and prove to you that they can do things themselves. At the same time, they are overwhelmed and still desire parental protection. C.Hormonal changes
As teenagers bodies are changing, hormone fluctuations can bring about all sorts of mood changes.
There are many causes of teenage rebellion but some causes that are all linked to one another are experiences in their changing bodies, hormonal changes, and relating to the opposite sex differently. Once children hit the age of about 13 or 14, and they become teenagers, their bodies start to experience change. For some this can be a very difficult time. Girls will start graining inches around the hip and breast areas. Some girls gain more inches than others and that can cause insecurity. At this age girls generally start having their periods. Though as we get older we realize it’s not that big of a deal, and we’d much rather have our period than not, at this age it’s embarrassing if you’re the only one of your friends with a period. Boys will also experience body changes. Their voices will begin to deepen, and though it doesn’t sound that bad, during the changing time period their voices will tend to “crack” randomly. That can be hard to deal with. They will also begin to grow a bunch of hair in a bunch of places. Some will grow more than others. That tends to make some feel alienated because they are not maturing at the same rate as their friends. All these changes in bodies can easily cause a teenager to be rebellious. In...