Mom:-“Bags, books, your comb, and cream Scattered on the bed with those jeans. This is how you keep your room clean? “


Yes, you are right it is none other than our very own TEENAGER

School life is one influencing and life-changing experience in the life of any human being. To add to the lot is the teenager. Teenage is the most challenging time for humans. It is during this time that they face a wide spectrum of emotions rising from the academic expectations and the struggle of building their image. Now let’s see the types of teens that we may have come across in the journey of our lives.


The roller coaster teen

This is the one most people think of when they picture a teenager.

With up and down moods, they can leave everyone else walking on eggshells. This type of teen loves company in their moods, so they’ll often try to drag others in to feeling the same way. Resist! No good can come from you and your teen both being grumpy.

Parents with these teens often spend their first hours wondering what mood their kids will wake up in. There’s a little happy dance if it’s a good one, and a sigh if it’s not.

The easy street teen

Do you know a teenager with a casual approach to life? Sometimes a bit too much. They put in the least effort on just about everything, but they’re also likely to be easy to get along with. They just go with the flow.

The fire cracker teen

These kids are the angry ones. They seem to go off at anything, often unprovoked. They can’t take a joke and read offence into the most innocent actions. These teens can be noisy too, with lots of yelling and slammed doors.

If you have a firecracker teen but they seem to be getting worse, keep other people around. They rarely do it in public, so just keep inviting people over or heading out as much as you can.


They’re obsessed with something. It might be computers or computer games, comic books, anime, “Star Wars” or superheroes. It may even be a school subject or activity — there are math geeks, band geeks, and drama geeks.

Sometimes geeks’ superior knowledge or devotion to something can create a wall separating them from outsiders. They may not always welcome your attempts to understand or get involved in their world.


Scenester and hipster fashion often overlap, with followers sporting scarves, sunglasses and tight jeans.

These teens are ever eager to fit in. They’re dedicated followers of fashion, devoted to a particular band, club or style. They dress in tight, fashionable clothing, wear sunglasses and sport wild but styled hairdos (think striped, streaked or spiked).

Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are popular with all teens (and a lot of adults), but for scenesters, these Web sites are totally essential.

Mean Girls

Mean girls might be your teen's friends one day, then turn on her the next.

High heels, short skirts — whatever the latest fashion is, they’re into it. They form exclusive cliques, and gossip is their native language. In your day, they might have been known as Valley Girls or Barbies.

Emo Kids

The teen years can be an emotional roller coaster, and emo kids are the ones eager for another ride. Their emotions are reflected in their appearance: black clothing, streaked bangs, tattoos and piercings. They maintain a strict fashion sense while insisting on their individuality — not an easy task.

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