Com 150 Final Project: Expository Essay

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Devonne Woodruff
Com/150
05/18/2013
Barbara Green
What stresses out teens during adolescence?

There are many factors in life that a teenager will have to deal with and these factors will cause them to be very stressed. Today’s teens often feel stressed and this can be related to many types of factors, whether it be academic, family or social pressures. Most articles and websites that cover these problems encourage parents to be on the lookout for signs of anxiety in their teens. Also when signs are of anxiety are shown, parents are to find ways to reduce them and keep them from worrying your child. changes in you child’s sleeping patterns, Depression, and even panic attacks are sure signs of stress in teens today.

One of the main factors that stress teens out are Social Acceptance. Most studies on stress in teens that take place consider peer pressure to be a factor of stress in teens. Even though it seems that your child hangs out with a exceptionally good friends, they still can pressure your child to do things that may distract him or her from studying. Also they can pressure your child into not hanging out with others whom they don’t consider to be cool. Also even worse they can pressure your child to experiment with drugs, drinking, sexuality, or anything that would go against any rules that you as a parent have set for them to follow. Bullying may also play a role in pressuring your child to not partake in studying. This can be done in many ways such as phone calls, text messages, and even emails which will lead your child to feel additional guilt and anxiety. The University of Minnesota Extension states that teens tend to feel anxiety when they feel a sense of loss coming about. Which can consist of health problems or a recent death of a family member or friend. Loss can also consist of the end of a friendship, or relationship or even an extracurricular activity that he or she enjoyed participating in. Ending a relationship with a...
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