The age between 14 and 17 is considered to be one of the best periods in people's life. Grownups remember it with excitement and tenderness. But most teens wouldn't agree with this opinion if they were asked. They're sure and that's quite true that they are overwhelmed with different problems. These problems are quite serious and they can't be considered trifles.
Teenagers have psycological problems which can be explained by their psycological instability. This is the reason of their strange and sometimes agressive behavior. Their agression can be aimed at their friends, teachers, parents and people around them. If these problems aren't solved and regulated by experienced specialists, psycologists, teachers it can lead to far more serious problems.
Drinking and taking drugs have become the most actual problems of the modern society. As for drinking, teenagers don't realize the harm it does to their health, they just don't want it to the privilege of grownups but unlike grownups they are notable to to drink responsibly. Government surveys on all aspects of drinking have found that about 40 percent of teenagers are attracted by bright and impressive advertisments of alcohol. They really believe that certain drinks will make them look like they're accepted. So, we can say that the low level of self-appraisal is the main reason of drinking and drug problem.
Teenagers are greatly influenced by social problems such as unemployment, disfunctional families and the stress of getting into new college. They don't know how to cope with the problems which do not depend on them. They're badly prepared for their solution mentally, spiritually and even physically. If they fail, they can be driven to despair and won't find the way out if not helped by their families, school and some other representatives of society.
In fact, teenagers have got a lot of work. They're busy with their studies, household chores, some of them have a paid job. But there's no time for fun and they want to be entertained at least sometimes. This excessive work leads to an inner conflict which is usually expressed in the form of an open, direct protest against the world of grownups. The next step is the conflict with parents which is very difficult to solve. On the other hand, most teens don't know how to organize their free time for raising their cultural level, enriching their knowledge and improving their physical forms.