Accepting Others in Adolescence Stage

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Everyone in their lifetime goes through the Adolescence stage, where they feel like they don’t fit in. They try so hard to fit in and be accepted by others, but yet there is still something about them that isn’t the same as everyone else. Whether or not it’s trying to fit in with the “populars” or trying to not be the next person to be bullied, they can’t seem to find what they are looking for. Those “popular” people may think that they can’t take action and help those who don’t fit in, but they can. Accepting others for the way they are and allowing them into a social group can change the way they feel about themselves. They may feel hopeless and lost, but all they need is a friend to help them through this tough stage in life. Adolescence is about fitting in. This is the stage of life where kids are being judged by the way they dress, how big their house is, and even the amount of money their parents make. People aren’t being accepted into social groups because they are judged by what they look like and how they live, instead of their personality. As Shane Koyczan states, “We were being told that we somehow must become what we are not, sacrificing what we are to inherit the masquerade of what we will be. I was being told to accept the identity that others will give me,” (Koyczan). This personal experience illustrates to us that people who don’t fit in are dealing with problem by ignoring it and allowing people to have control over them. Instead of reaching out to people
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