Top 10 Worst Things About Being A Teenager

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Top 10 Worst Things About Being A Teenager

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  1. There are some lucky people who are never bullied in there life, like my brother, however, I’ve been bullied everywhere. Public school, home school, from previous “friends,” a lot online, and even some people at my church have told me to kill myself. No where is safe. It’s best to just ignore everyone.

    Not to mention I’m in 9th grade, but I apparently look like an adult, and guys in their 20s flirt with me every now and then.

  2. Even though I’m a tween I have some acne but I have a lot of tips for acne
    1. If you are a girl don’t put make up on your face or it will make it worse
    2. Put cream on your face from your doctor just ask your doctor “Do you have any cream for acne?” And they might have it and give it to you.
    3. Use a cloth that has hot water and wash on your face.
    4. I don’t know if this works but you CAN use cyder vinegar.
    5. Use soap that is on a cloth.

    If you are a child or a tween ask your mom or dad don’t put pressure on me please and that might work.

  3. The worst part about being a teenager is that my parents will only use my age as an excuse for certain things. They don’t understand that I’m too old for some things and too bloody young for others. Like chores. They’re all like “You have to do chores now, you’re (insert age here) and you have to be ready for responsibility.” What they don’t seem to understand is that I have hours of homework, people who actually want to be my friends to talk to, exams to study for all the time, life changing decisions to make, a life on social media, I’ve got to have a bit of down time too to read or watch Netflix or something, and I don’t have time to run and do everything at your beck and call. It’s frustrating.

  4. Fake friends in high school is the same as when you’re an adult. Bullies are just miserable little shits who’s parents didn’t bother educating them. And as far as expectations, when you’re parents are first generation immigrants and aren’t bothered to actually learn the language properly, you’re stuck with translating everything and trying to explain what some letters with vocabulary that you don’t understand yourself and your parents berate you for it. My parents were trying to get me to become a pianist because I loved music but it was always “why can’t you play like Irma so we can get rich!” I never played a note again.

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