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Parents need to approach their children, who have been suffering from one or more teenage problems, carefully and in a friendly manner to discuss the problem(s). It is vital that their feelings and thoughts are validated and that the validation comes from their parents.

The most common problems that teenagers face today include: Surprisingly, all of these problems are connected to one another, like a chain reaction.

Teenagers face real problems on a daily basis during the most awkward growth stages of their lives; between 13 and 19-years-old.

During this time, teens are exposed to some overwhelming external and internal struggles.

Even when teens are dating, they are still closer with their friends than romantic partners.

The security they feel in their friendships carries over to their romantic relationships.

Those who have absentee parents are exposed to more unfavorable states of life.

The issues that teenagers face today vary but these issues can be dealt with easily if parents and other guardians can understand the symptoms of their problems.

Sometimes, you may not be ready to start dating, but feel that you have to because everyone else around you is.I'm 19 and to make matters worse I've had sex with both her sister (16 years of age) and...She's very nice and I would love to spend more time with her as we already play football and meet for BBQs and the like.Teens go through, and are expected to cope with hormonal changes, puberty, social and parental forces, work and school pressures, as well as encountering many conditions and problems.Teens feel overwhelmed when faced with unprecedented stresses concerning school and college, and career confusion situations.I'm 19 and to make matters worse I've had sex with both her sister (16 years of age) and cousin (female; looked old enough for 'da D.)I live in the UK, by the way. A twelve-year-old girl on my street has asked me to be her boyfriend - should I accept it?