This causes teens to rebel because of the anger they feel emotionally towards their parents for not letting them do what they want to do or being too strict. Teenage rebellion can stem from nosey parents invading their teens' privacy and personal life. Everyone deserves and has to have privacy to a certain extent. When teens discover their parents invading their privacy, the teen might develop an intense aggression towards their parents. The majority of teenagers believe that parents should never read their personal diary or journal, where they have written their most personal secrets, feelings, and thoughts. Rebellion is seen quite often in teens that ...view middle of the document...
In this situation, rebellion makes it harder for the new family members to develop a close bond.
Rebellion is seen quite often in teens that have been through an emotional ordeal like rape, verbal or sexual abuse. This kind of emotional trauma can cause teens to blame themselves for what happened and cause deep-seated feelings of anger and shame. Rebellion can occur when a teen feels there is no one they can trust or talk to.
This question may help you to understand the effects of teenage rebellion.
1. What are the common reason why teenager rebel?
2. How can rebellion of students affect their studies?
3. How can parents deal with their rebellious children?
4. Why the effects of rebellion are becomes a serious issue?
Think it may be the case that both of these points are untrue. That is, that teenage rebellion is not a normal state of affairs and that where it does occur it is largely the result o hormonal stuff teenagers are locked in prisons we call state (and most private) schools for 7 or 8 hours a day. They also have to do 2 hours of homework every day. They are not asked what they find interesting, they are not stimulated nor do they have the possibility to follow their own interests, to develop their talents. Their teachers are often of low quality, they are stuck in a class room listening to somebody talk about something that they don't care about or don't see the importance of, they are not encouraged to ask fundamental questions, they live in schools that often resemble Lord of the Flies type situations with bullying, peer pressure and so on. And they know that they have to stay in this environment for years to come. Because their time and energy is consumed by school stuff and because they have never experienced following their own intellectual or practical or other interests and working on them (except for in the hours that they don’t have to do school work or have social obligations) they will simply not develop the natural capacity to get excited about something and pursue it or to think independently and rationally. They are being prepared to become just another bolt in the machinery that is society.
This is a rather horrible state of affair and because teenagers often instinctively feel that what they are experiencing is not right but...