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Teen Age For Methodist

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    Teen Age For Methodist Teen Age For Methodist Presentation Transcript

    • TEEN AGE
    • Child hood to Adult hood
      • Too much change in too short time
      • Period of Physical Maturity
      • Sexually dormant to Sexually active
    • Teen Transition Thirteen To Nineteen
      • Dependence
      • to
      • independence
    • LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME
      • Teenagers are romantic people who fall in love every week.
      • Do not keep room in order
      • Do not listen to parents
      • Take money today, spent it tomorrow & borrow on day after
      • The make mistakes but do no wrong.
    • Romantic ties
      • Toilets are wonderful places where
      • all suppressed Feelings are written on the walls
    • Special Age
      • Special Intensity & Volatility of Feelings
      • Need for immediate gratification
      • Increased Senstivity
    • Very Special Age
      • Unconcerned of the consequences of his action & misunderstands feelings & Behaviour of others
      • Lack of self criticism
      • Period of Cognitive processes ( Way of thinking & Thought Content)
      • Critical , Analytical, Radical
      • Change in subjects of interest
      • Emotional Feelings, Hypothetical thinking & Empathy
      • therefore
      • A time for High variable mood swings
      • If we seek to understand the adolescent, we must not only observe the emotions, he openly reveals but also try to fathom emotions , he has learned to conceal & deny
    • Psycho-social Development Teenage With parents Rebellious Puberty Changes Concern Friends / Peers All important Behaviour Risk taking Attitudes Highly moralistic
      • 45% has problems at home
      • 35% are using Fairness cream
      • 46% described them as just O.K.
      • 35% dislike hearting friend.
    • Time for
      • preparing one to face adult life with confidence.
      • acquiring new skills
      • Attaining mastery over environment
      • Learning to handle new responsibilities
      • Gaining control over ones emotions & thoughts
    • Time for
      • Parents & teachers expect max. scholastic achievements
      • Achievement
      • Deciding professions
    • Relationships with others
      • Time of expansion of peer relations
      • Peer Groups provide the teenager with the arena for much of the learning
    • Living under pressure
      • Social
      • Parental
      • Peer
      • Physical
      • Media
    • PEER PRESSURE
      • Buy Acceptance in a peer Group
        • Have enough money for
          • right kind of clothes,
          • right kind of Shoes, the right C.D. e
    • Stressful Period
      • There are issues
      • Of career
      • Life partner
      • Personal freedom
    • Because
      • they get confusing messages
      • Have conflicts with family & school
      • Have difficulty in establishing self identity & self esteem