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enage life is one of the most alluring part of an individual's life. Although, in accordance with my opinion, i dont believe in the wonders of teenage life. I dont agree with the common view that teenage is the most beautiful age in the life of a man. I believe in the fact that teenagers are the ones who undergo most of the sorrows and dissatisfactions of life.

While teenagers, the immature adults, move on with time, they face many challenges and problems. As they are those who are midway between childhood and adulthood, the changes in their mental abilities bring about a revolution in their calm and peaceful world. The adolescents though enjoy the wonders of life.none are able to get what they they should have or what they aim to get. Teenagers render this as the most unfair aspect of this age.

the toughest load on this age is studies;the time when they have to decide the aspects of their future.which field they have to opt in future depends upon how diligently they avail their abilities, skill and aptitude. Although bieng the toughest,these are no doubt those precious moments they wish to enjoy again. Their colours are just apprehendible for those who have done with it.

coming to the interest of most teenagers; the teenage crush, which means to them more than anything. when it is also true that this is the love they forget with time and if they are reminded, they just laugh and exclaim "was this the thing we were ready to die for HUH". so nothing to worry about, just enjoy and dont spare your precious tears for it.

independence is one aspect that secures the first place in teenagers 'demand list'. they reckon it to be the key to all happiness. but beware!!! it is a key to more horrible aspect. What the teenagers demand for is latest model cellphone, enjoy party at friends' place and open choice to move about. although they are leading to adult age, the idea that they are enough sensible to tackle with situations is wrong. basically, they are not

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