Adolescence undoubtedly involves biological, social and psychological changes, for the first time in life, which influence future life and which contribute to the formation of character and personality.
Often significant mood swings and emotional and attitudinal changes occur that could cause conflict on the one hand and on the other hand positive personality development.
Adolescents are subject to pressure from peers in the need to have sex, challenge parents, use drugs and drink alcohol, although not considered appropriate by the subjects in question.
The family environment has a substantial impact on adolescents.
Teenagers are often confused about what is right and what is wrong, they are often bored, indecisive and unmotivated.
When a teenager has a loss, depression and struggles against their identity arise.
Sometimes adolescent depression can be very intense due to physical and hormonal changes, but emotional instability is part of being a teenager.