Argumentative Essay As Wrath Yatra

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“If I had received good instruction as a child I would be with my family today and at peace with my neighbors. I hope and pray that all you parents in the sound of my voice will train up your children in the way they should go.” ― Charles Portis, True Grit
Why do children persistently erode and diminish gradually and fill their journey (Yatra) with wrath?
John Hunter - a British physician, had a bad temper. This proved prophetic when once; he got into a heated argument, walked out and dropped dead. The idea of narrating this incident is to share the outcome, the ‘full and final’ gist of this dangerous journey what I titled as Wrath Yatra.
Transitioning into young adults brings a sea of changes. All children have to undergo and face its perils.
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They are clueless - about the phase they’ve just entered.
Unfortunately, their only coaches are their peers who are rowing the same boat, and can’t be of much help. At times, it would rather prove devastating! They fear to seek parental help and keep wading through difficult tides.
Dear parents, why should they fear you?
"Until the rise of American advertising, it never occurred to anyone anywhere in the world that the teenager was a captive in a hostile world of adults." - Gore Vidal
Join in this conversation. In the following situations, only you can understand and help them triumph their odds and anger.
1. Pack of Emotions: At times it could be a little disturbing because at that stage children often seem inconsistent. This stage is fraught with such drastic emotional exaggeration that at one moment the same child, who was vibrantly enthusiastic, becomes mute the next minute. Constant mood swings, self- consciousness, bouts of anger and a craving for privacy are a few symptoms.
Parents: Watch your child carefully. This transition is very critical. Help him cope with this constant
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8. Wrong Food of Entertainment: Another deterrent is media. They, unfortunately, translate the information in harmful ways. This furthers the flow of wrong choices. Alienation from their family and want of trusted friends often leave them vulnerable. Sometimes, they are open to unhealthy practices because of lesser information on sexual issues, and frank and honest guidance.
Parents: Help them drop things that enslave them, and encourage them to write off the company that affected the negativity in them.
With multiple pressures on their heads, they cannot lead a happy life without your intervention at the right time. Look deep into their problems and see to it that they are regularly counseled and taken care of. Peaceful life will then touch their core and make the future incredibly beautiful.
Studies suggest that confident young people who feel supported by their families and friends are better able to successfully negotiate any potential

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