Photoshop is shaping an outrageously perfect standard that people strive to reach. This computer program is taking away from all natural beauty and making people do extremely damaging things to themselves to reach that “perfect waist line.” Why must Hollywood create such irrational goals for people to achieve? Even some celebrities say that they would rather not have their photos touched up. When teens look at these amazing pictures of other famous teens their self-esteem lowers, and with hormones running wild this can take a negative toll on a teen's confidence. Society needs to see that natural and inner beauty is more important than flawless skin, but photoshop is corrupting the minds of society to believe otherwise.
Nowadays, a glance at a digitally enhanced magazine can brainwash teens of this era into getting cosmetic surgery. Why in the world do magazines put forth altered images as a standard of beauty? The teens who see these images often already battle self-confidence issues and these furthermore sustain the issue. They believe looking like a fake image is the only way to look beautiful, which says adverse things about the messages put out by media. This generation really is “waxed” supported along the lines of Koenigs saying, “It’s not the natural desire to look beautiful, but the unnatural standards of beauty that uniquely affect my generation.” (Koenigs) It has come to the point that so many of the so-called “beautiful” people in the world aren’t even natural.
The more the bully tortures the victim, the more his or her self-confidence declines. Victims may actually start to believe what the bully says and begin to think they are weak, worthless, and ugly. This may result for the victims to have social anxiety. Victims may isolate themselves from everyone, including friends and families. Having confident in you is very important and it allows us to be comfortable and enjoy life.
Thicke is trying to tell her that he would treat her better than her partner in her previous relationship ever could. But in actuality if you listen to the lyrics this song has a very negative perspective on what a relationship should be. It gives people the impression that this is an example of a healthy relationship. Especially for youth and teenagers who base a lot of their actions and opinions off social media, celebrities, and music. In the song it says “Shake your rump Get down, get up-a Do it like it hurt, like it hurt What you don't like work”.
When a child does not have privacy, it can reveal the embarrassing moments of them on TV. According to the article “Should Kids Be on Reality TV?” by Justin O’Neill, child psychiatrist Dr. Allison Baker states, “experiencing public humiliation like Rachel did may damage one’s self-esteem.” These facts reveal that when cameras follow you every day, they can capture something about you which causes other kids to laugh about. When everyone is making fun of this child who did something embarrassing, it can cause the kid to feel miserable about themselves. This child would also not have enough confidence in him or herself anymore because people believe that the kid is just a joke in this society, and is not worthy enough to do anything. Furthermore, children at school are being followed by cameras all day.
However, some may not enjoy Clueless because of its stereotypical teenagers and spoiled rich kids. Topic Sentence: Some may not find Clueless as entertaining because of the characters’ dialogue and the clueless ways of rich high school teenagers. Reaction: Some people, may have found Clueless to be about a spoiled and selfish teenager whose only worries in life consist of which outfit will her look the best. Cher is manipulate and a bit of an airhead. Supporting Detail: When Cher is setting up Mr. Hall (Wallace Shawn) and Miss.
In teenagers’ eyes, the world is so hypocritical. They have parents who are coercing them to go to the Ivy League, MIT, University of Chicago, Caltech, or Stanford, but parents only expect excellent results without knowing anything about their children. As a result, teenagers get so much stress. They sometimes want to run away to somewhere very far away from their home or commit suicide. In The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield views the world “phony.” However, influenced by some characters, he decides to view the world more brightly.
I feel as if this still happens currently because us teenagers get all absorbed in the thought of “love” that you need someone to complete you, when they haven't even completed themselfs yet. that is were self worth comes into play, i think most teenagers that have romantic relationships do not know their self worth yet so they feel empty which makes them think they need someone to fill that empty hole. The bad part about that is you can't love anybody until you love yourself. when one doesn't know their self worth they allow people to do things that they truly don't deserve like getting treated poorly, abused, manipulated and get into unhealthy relationships. Another thing that comes into play is young people not knowing the difference between love and lust, lust is have a very strong sexual desire for someone love is an intense feeling of deep affection for someone.
Being a teenager can be difficult. Teenagers often experience new emotions that can become stress, anxiety, and even depression, if not understood correctly. The movie The Outsiders can be easily compared to the movie The Breakfast Club, because both pieces have a common theme of suicide. Johnny from The Outsiders hates his parents and struggles with life and the idea of suicide is constantly dancing around at the back of his head. In a similar way bryan from The Breakfast Club experiences suicidal thoughts, due to the pressure of his parents and the ability to keep up with life.
It would gradually affect our future athlete generation who barely know anything. Futhermore, professional athletes have been motivated and convinced to use drugs with little understanding of the healthy risks of the supplement(s). Therefore, it is a worrying alarm to parents because our innocent young athletes rely on adults for their enlightenment. if this is the case what would our defenseless adolescent athletes do? They would easily be manipulated and start in taking drugs into their vulnerable and innocent