Process Journal: Need Help? Laxmi Kaur, Appearance and insecurities?, Why…
Process Journal: Need Help?
Do relationships affect the behavior of teenagers?
Is our community accepting the different types of relationships out there?
Do what our parents say influence what we do? in a relationship or not.
Do the actions of our parents towards their own relationship affect the relationship of the teenager?
According to survey answers, most of them do not think teens should date as they believe education comes first. Is this fully true? Is this something the society have installed in our mind or something teenagers truly believe in?
Do teenagers take being in a relationship just for publicity or do they actually respect the other person and commit to it? Are we doing it for social media, or to show off to our friends etc.?
--I think this website may be helpful even if it may be biased opinion as it looks like an interview page.
Is online dating better than traditional dating?
Do they feel lonely or depressed if they do not have a boyfriend or girlfriend? Is this something they feel they are missing out on esp if everyone around them has one at their age.? Does this make them feel insecure?
According to survey held, overall result shows that majority of teenagers parents do not support relationships. Why?
With parents. According to survey, 54.8 % of the teenagers in school have a confusing relationship with their parents.
According to survey, most of the teenagers had their first relationship at 14. aren't they too young for it? Is it because the parents didn't care? Did teens think its the right age?
Going through a break up? How to deal with the process? does this worsen the behavior and thoughts of the teenager ?
Appearance and insecurities?
quoting from the survey " So you don't stand out from everybody else"- in response to following up on the newest trends. Every teenager is so focused on fitting in with the society that they forget who they really want to be. isn't it nice to be special? another quote " it doesn't define who you are"- which i agree with. Don't be scared to be yourself. afraid of judgement?
Many teenagers get so caught up on following up on trends thinking that it makes them look cool that they forget to really have fun- it is their choice at the end of the day.
Even out of a 100%, 6.5 % of teens do not even have honest friendship. " I do act differently with them to try and just fit in"- a response fro the survey. Insecurity? are we so scared of judgement and loneliness that we forget who we are? We all have gangs in school. Are we really that different? What is it that we really despise of each other? We really do gossip behind each other. Who knows if there are other doing the same behind your back? " attention whore"- Quoted from survey. What are best friends really for then?
Protecting their own insecurities? Do the most confident and outgoing person have insecurities too? Are they all pretending to be someone they are not? They do have a choice right?
Does behaving to be someone else around different groups of people have a relation to being bipolar? Is this where it leads to? Having different faces according to each act.
Do teenagers care of what other people think of them? yes, as according to the survey majority voted 9. "no point going your way and being lonely"- is loneliness such a bad thing even if it means recovering yourself? "It hurts to be judged"- many teenagers fear judgement. You always have to meet their expectation? Take their opinion if it changes to make you a better person overall not to fit in to what they expect out of you.
Why do teenagers get less cooperative/communicative when they grow older?
Do they want to hide their feelings? They feel ashamed?
Are they going through something they don't want anyone finding out about?
is it cool to be rebels? That they think its normal to not communicate and cooperate with elders cause its something every other teenager does?
Are there people ready to listen to what they have to say and accept it as it is?
Is communication a problem due to social media?
Are they scared of what others might say to them? or think whatever they are saying is just weird.