Most teenagers in this generation will most likely say that explaining to an adult about what they go through day-to-day would make their hair fall out. Most adults think that teenagers live an easy life, but they really do not. Everybody has a role and a responsibility have to fulfill in lifetime. Meanwhile, not just adults have rough and stressful days. Therefore, being a teenager can be more work than being an adult. Teenagers work extra hard to become somebody that everyone accepts just to fit in.
Many adults say, “I was a teenager once, and I understand how you feel,” but they are far from it! Being a teenager can cause someone to have a heart attack. We may not have jobs to support ourselves, but we do wake up five days a week to attend school for a long dreadful eight hours to get an education. Not to mention, the expectations that the school board wants from their students is crazy. It is as if they want every individual to become Einstein’s twin. As if school is not long enough already, we get homework in almost every class that is due the following day. To top it all off, they do not serve enough food to bellies. Then you come home to your parent or guardian demanding that you do chores just to add to your already chaotic day. After surviving the better part of the day, our parents continue weekly to annoy us about our college education. Getting a higher education is important, and it should create a successful future. In my eyes, teenagers have it rough.
However, I will say teenagers do see brighter days. There is always football, volleyball, basketball, and soccer games for you to attend for fun if your parent or guardian gives you permission to do so. We have some fascinating dances to attend and show off our incredible moves.
Being a teenager is not always fun. Everyone gets mood swings, and most teenagers experience hardcore pimples that appear in the middle of your forehead overnight. Everybody has those days...