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  • Growing Up… And Growing Apart
    • By Stephanie Teuchert
    • Per. 1
  • Introduction
    • Childhood maturity is a major part of life; every person must go through it and endure the bad times and the good times. I chose this topic because it
    • Young children hide within their parents care. It is a place where they feel safe from harm and latch on to the protective feeling that the parents provide.
    • When they start to get a little older, children enjoy venturing off and exploring news things without a care in the world. Their minds are not set on growing-up or thinking things through. They just want to have fun and make the most of their lives in that moment.
    • When children reach a certain age, they begin to feel the pressures of the world when then realize that they must mature into adults. That transitions leaves many of them scared with the feeling of loneliness…
    • … So they try to find that companionship elsewhere. Being with another person who is going through the same things that they are gives them back that feeling of love and being wanted .
    • As children reach the stage of adolescence, they endure many hardships and confusing times. During these times, they may feel like giving up or that life is just too hard; helplessness begins to take over their emotions. It may feel like they’re drowning in a sea of frustrations.
    • When children have matured in the mind, they know that they must learn to venture off on their own and become their own person. They begins to think on its own without the help of parents or friends anymore.