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17 reasons being a teenage boy is the hardest time of a man's life | Metro News
Jump to content. The ages from 15 to 18 are an exciting time of life. But these years can be challenging for teens and their parents. Emotions can change quickly as teens learn to deal with school, their friends, and adult expectations.
Why we shouldn't be encouraging teenage boys to go to the gym
But this view has to be through rose tinted spectacles — as much as being a teenager was an era of excitement and discovery, it was far more about angst, heartbreak and body odour. Mood swings are confusing and exhausting. There is an enormous pressure on lads to look good as well and the dread of the PE changing room is every bit as real for a boy.
Well, if that was your answer, then, even though you aced the first question, you missed the second one. For decades, prophets have preached that youth who are in no position to marry should not pair off exclusively. When you reach an age where you think of marriage, then is the time to become so involved. To begin with, the general term dating may be a little confusing, since nowadays it sometimes seems to imply something a little more serious than what we intend it to mean in relation to youth in the Church.