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Due to varying pressures around school, work, families, relationships, social media, and the seemingly endless series of transitions involved in simply being an adolescent, teens today are indeed under more stress than ever before. There are certain contexts that inevitably make being a teen even more difficult. Living in poverty, or being in an abusive home, for example. Failure has somehow gone from being viewed as a learning opportunity to being clearly unacceptable.

This puts even more pressure on teens.

So, the pressure is always on to be cute, clever, sexy, smart, popular, etc. Why I think this has happened is because my parents constantly yell and scream and threaten me sometimes actually hitting me to get my homework done for school.

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I really agree with your article Sara, myself a teen from an abusive family and society. The most important thing is love and understanding.

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Post Comment Your name. E-mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Very selfless comment. You are wise and most likely would make an excellent parent. I am a teen that has anxiety and younger siblings, plus a helicopter mom. As much as I love my siblings, they give me so much stress and anxiety that I do not think I can handle having kids someday-unless I can fight the dragon that is anxiety and win the battle against anxiety. We also now have the most unchurched generation of children ever.

Regular church attendance and faith and have shown to build confidence and resilience, because people of faith believe in a world that's bigger than what they see. You are correct that church decreases anxiety and rates of self-harm for straight kids. Growing up in a religious community is often associated with feelings of stress, rejection, increased anxiety, and higher suicide rates.

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Look it up! When are parents finally going to realize this frilly, flowery oversenstive parenting crap is really damaging our kids? Yet, they keep doing it. Wake up idiots! Be parents instead of friends. Just because you are capable of spreading your legs does not mean you are capable of parenting and this is abundantly clear in this generation of young people. We need to get rid of this delicate oversensitive bull crap parenting and actually get back to real parenting.

I am a sensitive parent. But I am not my kid's friend. I set boundaries, am not afraid of saying no, yet I am always trying to see things from their perspective as well, because I recognize that I am not always right. I wonder what you mean when you say "real parenting". I sincerely hope not the authoritative parenting of the past, complete with using physical force. As a parent, I agree that children need free time and freedom to play and just hang out both by themselves and with friends.

But, children are literally being taken away from loving parents because they are allowed to venture a mile from home by themselves or left home alone for short periods. We parents need the support of our communities if we are to give them the freedom that we enjoyed as kids. There is no law in my state saying what age kids can be left alone. So how are we to know if we will be prosecuted for neglect because we left an 11 year-old home alone while grocery shopping. That actually happened! I have three kids. One is super anxious in school not outside of it , with meltdowns over anything lower than a A, while the one is totally laid back self confident that all will be well and the third is a happy go lucky type, trying to aim for good grades with minimal input.

Addressing the pressures teens face in today’s fast-paced world.

So what caused the anxiety of the one kid? I parent all three the same way. If all those points were the root of the rise in anxiety, and not just an amplifier, then we would see it rise in ALL kids of a family. The main point: God is missing in the lives of many young people. God loves all his children and has a plan for each of us. We must learn patience and acceptance. An excellent, common-sense article. I really believe the biggest issue a combination of a few in the article is that the kids are not given the emotional, psychological training to withstand and deal with stress and bad times themselves.

Parents try to protect them from it all, but these kids have no tools to deal with anything These kids actually think about it. They are not equipped to deal with anything. There will be difficult situations along life's path. Kids don't know how to cope in a healthy way. I'm currently helping two of my kids with this exact issue and be healthier adults.

One of them actually had a kid ask him if he contemplates suicide after school. Why would someone even ask that? Thought the list was spot on, but what is underlying all of these issues? Succumbing to fear because of not knowing how to create satisfying life outcomes. This article tends to place a tremendous amount of blame on parents. Although there may be a great number of parents guilty of a lot of this, I believe that the biggest factor causing anxiety in America is the difficulties families are facing with respect to financial stability.

In other words, I think that due to the J curve of wealth being taken from the middle class and put in the pockets of a few at the top, families are struggling to make ends meet. The cost of everything has gone up dramatically and yet wages have not only not kept up they have fallen. Children will certainly pick up on the anxiety of parents regarding trying to pay bills and keep the family afloat. High school is extremely difficult because the time involved in competing for scholarships to help pay for college which has now gone beyond the affordability of a vast majority of families is huge.

And once the child is in college they are under a lot of pressure to keep there grades high so they do not lose those precious scholarships. I think the huge amount of pressure is due to the economic pressures that the vast majority of families are experiencing. Parents are worried that the cost of housing, health insurance, and basic living expenses will be so high that their children will be unable to afford anything close to the same standard of living that we had when we grew up before trickle-down economics was implemented. Nothing trickles down -- it is just more welfare for the ultra rich.

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Teens are anxious because they are not tought how to still their minds. Only through meditation can one be free of the monkey in the head. This article is fair but not great. Nowhere does the author speak about books and reading books. All children from the earliest age should be taught to read books any book. Parents make sure that book reading is a big part of the child's life and into their teens. Books and reading books trump playing with hand held electronics devices"hhed" any day. Daily use of hhed's are excellent if U want your children to become isolated and lack confidence.

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I don't know how you can make a list like this and NOT include sleep deprivation. My teens have to be up at 6AM to be at school. Activities and homework keep them up until 11PM. An average of hours of sleep is not enough for the developing teen brain. It's torture. There is plenty of evidence that it's impossible physiologically for teens to fall asleep early.

So many are still in extracurricular activities at 9PM!! Please check out the Start School Later movement. It shouldn't be that you have to keep your child out of school to keep him healthy. I have many students who say that their gamer friend network is their only possible social outlet.