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Transistion age in youth

Transitional age youth are young people between the ages


ofsixteenand twenty-four who are in transition from state
custody or foster care and are at-risk. Once they turn 18
they can no longer receive assistance from the systems of
care that previously provided for many of their needs

Parental related problems


Overview
The teen years are fraught with conflicting feelings and thoughts as these
almost-grown children head closer to adulthood. Parents are often left
wondering what happened to their delightful kids who went from happy-golucky to moody, frustrated, conflict-ridden adolescents. KidsHealth from
Nemours advises distinguishing the difference between emotion-driven
adolescence and puberty, which is physiological.
Expectations
Parents have expectations of their children with everything from grades in
school and how they dress to college and career choices later on. Parental
disappointment creates conflict and problems in the relationship between
them and their teenagers. It often comes across as anger, giving teenagers
the feeling of rejection from the people who were once the most important
figures in their lives

Relatonships
Unreturned Love
It's pretty common to fall for someone who doesn't return your
feelings, and it can certainly be painful. Keep in mind that just
because one particular person does not share your interest, that
does not mean that there is something wrong with you. That
particular match just isn't right - possibly because of timing or
fundamental differences that aren't apparent to you at this stage.
Remember "when one door closes, another door opens."
In the same respect, if you are a teen who has never been kissed
or in a relationship, you would be surprised at how many other
teens or people in the their 20s or even30sare in the same boat
as you. Don't worry about a lack of experience; living your life and
just being happy are the some of the best ways to attract
someone. The right match will like you just the way you are.

Lack of Maturity
While you may not want to admit it, the fact that you are
young will have an impact on your dating relationships.
You're not supposed to have the maturity level of an
adult; after all, you are a teenager. Learning how to stand
up for yourself and say what you want when you're still
trying to figure things out can be tough - but it's a
learning experience that will help you grown into a
responsible, assertive adult. A guy might think a romantic
evening is playing video games, while girls might have
high expectations for love and romance. Being in a
relationship takes two and there is a give and take that
must satisfy both people, no matter what the age.