4th of March 13
The Challenges We faced Moving from Adolescence to Adulthood.
Adolescence is a normal stage of human life, not a crisis; it is alienation from childhood to adulthood or maturity. This stage accompanies of rapid growth and change of the body. Teenager needs to cope with a range of physical changes and social pressures, such as the decisions on the quality of life, relationships with others, values and beliefs. Adolescence is not only a physical term, and it does not mean the period of sexual maturity life. Adolescence means the period of life between childhood and maturity in a particular community and also is the period of life in which the person does not have a childhood privileges. Such as, relying too much on parents, protection or lack of punishments.
The adolescent challenges arise from biological changes, physical and psychological that occurs at this stage. For example, physically feel the rapid growth in the members of his body may cause him concern and confusion, and results in a sense of apathy, laziness and complacency. Psychologically, he may begin feel independent and self-reliance from his parental authority. At the same time, he cannot be away from parents because they are a source of security, tranquility and the source of the financial side of him. This discrepancy between the need for independence and living in freedom and the need to rely on parents may cause late adolescence behaviors. Moreover, The parents should understanding the nature of the stage and how to deal with adolescent behaviors. These challenges make the adolescent bewildered among the community of adults and children. For example, if he acted like a child, adult will mocked him, and if he acted as a man, he will criticize by men. However, this will lead to the upset of the psychological balance teenager, and it will increase in this phase.
In my view, we can divide adolescence into three overlapping periods. The...