*Why do us teenager's always have issues or problems*?
Topic: Why do we write letters
July 17, 2019 / By Goodwin Question:
Why do we always have personal issues like depression, girlfriend/boyfriend problems, self esteem issues, ego problems, rebelion, anxiety issues, ect. Why
Best Answers: *Why do us teenager's always have issues or problems*?
Duane | 3 days ago
Because its the age of started thinking by yourself and came to know about every thing. Its like when we are going to school we don't know anything when we started learning the letters it seems to be difficult for us and sometimes we wrote it wrongly. Teenage is also something like that you started thing by your own but you don't know well whats right and whats wrong.You will go according to your thoughts. Failure told us how to live the life and how to overtake the problems.Success leads us how to achieve heights. Its life......Don't think more about teenage. Think more about how to overcome the bad habits and how to get success in your life. Have a bright future.
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