During the phase of adolescence, many teenagers have to struggle with their new interests, thoughts about the world and many other changes in their lives. In my perspective, parents or guardians should not make important decisions for their children, as they have to deal with their problems themselves in order to be fully mature. Teenagers should start to make their own decisions, which will make them more independent and responsible.
The first result when teenagers deal with their own crisis is they become more independent or self-sufficient. What I am emphasizing is, eventually children will have to make their own choices in situations that forced them to. For instance, a seventeen year-old boy is going to college. Before that, if he was told to do everything by his parents, he will not be able to make basic decisions. Not to mention him living in his college all alone for years, studying and providing himself with sustenance.
Secondly, great power comes with great responsibility, in this case making huge decisions parallels with huge responsibility. In other words, when teenagers make their own decisions, they will have to cope with the results and conditions of it, whether it is pleasant or not. For example, I am 15 years old and I have been volunteering in a hospital very far from where I live. In order to go there, I must pay for my bus ticket and buy ingredients to cook porridge, which I did chores at home to earn my money. I did not want my parents to be involved in this because they are very busy and this is for my interest only.
In the end, I think that teenagers should make all of their important decisions from then on. By making their own...