Whether your family is like the Walton’s, the Simpson’s or the Bundy’s, or
whether you’re living in the thirteen hundreds, the eighteen hundreds or
the twenty-first century, it’s never easy raising a family.
Each and every one of us though will have something in common with the
mythical characters and our counterparts of yesteryear. We all have
children, and we will all ultimately need to deal with the fact that these
children will grow up.
To go from baby to toddler to mature adult though, there’s one stage they
will definitely need to go through regardless of anything else, and that’s
adolescence. Or in other words, the teenage years. Dun-da-DAH! This is
when you’re supposed to hear the music from the movie “Psycho” echoing
in your head.
No, I’m just joking, teenagers aren’t that bad, and most of it is in truth
mainly a lot of media misdirection. The anguished teenager, the rebellious
teenager, the bookworm, the go getter, the jock, the cheerleader, the nerd,
the mixed up one who’s not popular but has the potential…the list goes is
practically endless, and if you look hard enough you’ll always find a teenager
that will suit one of these stereotypes.
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