Boredom Leads to Trouble

1969 Words Aug 5th, 2013 8 Pages
Boredom Leads to Trouble
The first thing that a toddler does when he has nothing to do is destroy everything he can hold. Some years afterwards, teenage arrives as the time of enjoyment and fun. As adolescents advance into later ages their time is usually always coupled with boredom. It is just a matter of minutes when one sees several “I’m bored” statuses updated on Facebook: a resort for all of our boredom! Yasmine Musharbash defined this state of boredom to be a response to having too much choice of activities around one. However, it is also linked to repetition and monotony (Musharbash 308). From another perspective, where many people would be appreciative of this choice and will find ways of putting it to good use, some would consider
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Undoubtedly, this is true. But, a person complaining of being bored has obviously nothing better to do apparently or he chooses to ignore the choices that he has (Musharbash 309). Teenagers are young blood and they want excitement and adrenaline drive all the time. In a situation of boredom, teenagers mostly end-up hanging out with friends to find exciting activities. Even in a peer- group that meets up to do something special it is important for teenagers as to who provides the most entertainment. Being popular among peers is seriously important among our youngsters and they would do nearly anything for it. The situation here usually ends with the teens eliminating boredom they are suffering from by their own methods and about 34 percent of these youth end up as law-breakers (Gonzalez 2). The pith of this point is that to kill boredom youngsters spend time with their friends and in most cases this results in peer pressure to be involved in negative activities and trouble, hence, leaving boredom at the root of the issue.
Some people are determined to win over boredom by brainstorming new ideas using their recreational talent. There are many youngsters who are simply sensible enough or too shy to be involved in trouble. A talented fun person can think of dozens of harmless ideas to enjoy the time they have got to spend. There are youngsters who are committed to fight off boredom (Miller 1). They do so by writing a paper, doing