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teenage dreams

Everybody has a dream but there is a diference with teenagers because a lot of teeenager feel like noone wants to hear nabout their dreams.

The y start to feel like they don't have someone to tell their dreams and plans for the future so they start to stop having dreams.

They start wiht this becuse almost always they hear that from their parents so they leave the plans for their parents and they choose the profession and the way thy are going to live

When parents of teenagers talk about the dreams of their children they say that thoose are teenage dreams and rhey are noot going to have a good profession if they keep thinking like thet because they don't what their children can do.

Anyone knows how is going to be the future and less the future of another person but some people say they know about it just because they don't want to open their minds and let get inter the new ideas and new posibilities.

Now i Know that when that happen you have to fight even with your parents because it's a dream and they have to respect that because we respect them and we just want their support

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jackie.igp's picture

opinion

it's a very short article but it's my first time doing this

Corine Milano's picture

Jackie, great to see you

Jackie, great to see you here! I'm so glad you've joined PulseWire and are writing. Please keep us updated to let us all know how you are doing. And I hope you're writing in your personal journal as well!

All my love,
Corine

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