Well, realistic that did not happen, because I am twenty-one and I am still living at home. When your old, you wanted to be young again, now I wish I was little again and had the freedom to not have to worry about nothing. Now as a adult you have to worry about school, getting a job, paying the bills, paying for school and a lot more stuff, but when you’re a child you do not have a lot of things to worry
Being young and being stuck between a teenager and an adult can make it very difficult on the way you see life. For example sometimes in my house I’m expected to be and adult and make hard decisions but when I try acting like an adult I get told I’m not old enough to make decisions on my own I’m kind of treated like a 5 year old. When I try acting like a 5 year old I get told to act my age and to stop whining because that’s how life is. Sometimes life has its up and downs and were not always going to get what we want. Everyone tells me to enjoy my life while I can and to be thankful that I have my parents and that they support me with most of the things I do.
Logos: What the big deal about going to a party on a school day it should be fine as long as I come back early and do not stay for too long? 41.8% of teenagers say the most special moments in life come when they are with their friends and hanging out with other people so that means that I should be going to the party so I can have some of the best times of my life in my high school life. If I can not go to the party my life most likely will not have special moments because I will be doing my homework. It is also good to go to parties because 85.4% of teenagers meet new friends at these parties. There seems to be no bad things about going to the party so can I go?
Others would care but I just don 't. BUT, despite all that, I still sometimes, on evenings like this after I 've spent almost a whole day by myself, watching series, wish I 've maybe made something better of my life. I sometimes wish I spent my teenage years having fun, going to festivals and concerts and making memories. I do love books, series and movies but there 's more to life, especially teenage life, than that. I wish I were a part of that squad who spends their days sitting in the parks, drinking and having fun.
Many teens also have jobs, and depending on how late they work and how far away they live, it may be very difficult for some teens to get home before 10 on a weekday. Church is also a reason teens could be out late, for most churches hold activities during the week for teens and other younger students to attend. Although they are not obligated to show up, some teens find it disrespectful not to go to church events held during the week. Lastly, a curfew should not be put in place because it would not stop rebellious teens from doing mischievous activities. The curfew may make it more difficult for them, however, if someone wants something strongly enough, they will find a way around any obstacle.
When you go to college you already are in debt if you can’t pay all the way for school. Then you have to buy a house, food, and everything else you need to live on your own. It’s a lot of money by the time you’re done. You also need a car to go back and forth to school and to the store. If you’re planning on having a family after you get out then you will need bigger house and a bigger car and things like that.
As a kid have you ever hoped that one day you would finally be tall enough to push the shopping cart while going shopping with your mom? Or that one day where you parents finally allow you to see a horror movie you have begged and begged to watch. Well to be able to do these things you have to grow up. If you don’t grow up, these things would never be possible. Growing up means that when things get hard, you don’t give up or quit, but you will always have your past memories at heart, and you will have to independently teach yourself when there’s no one around to be your teacher.
I did not work because my main priority is to take care of my younger sister. My experiences of staying home alone at a young age was a major reason my father and I agreed that I would babysit her while he works. We believed that she should always have someone lean on at all times if she has school-related or personal problems. In addition, my father forbade me from working because he believes that I would not put as much effort in my academic if I did so. I did not begin volunteering until I was in tenth grade because I had just moved to a new state just before my freshman year.