Daily Archives: September 6, 2016

The Never Ending Process

There is no “moment” when I will become an adult. That is not to say I will not become one. Adults are independent, responsible, and mature. Children are dependent, both emotionally and physically, irresponsible, and can be extremely immature. But … Continue reading

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Millennials: The Unprecedented and Contentious Generation

Some people might consider the millennials as the pivot of the prosperity of new world seizing the main positions as working-class in all aspects, while some might think this so-called Generation Y is a symbol of turning point between Generation … Continue reading

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Adult? I doubt that…

“Am I old enough to make the decisions of an adult and to live on my own,” many teenagers ask.  The answer to this common question is more difficult than the average teenager would like it to be as adulthood … Continue reading

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You are not adulting…

Being the younger sibling in my family, I’ve always wondered at what time should I actually consider my older sister an adult. My sister is six years older than me and she has her master’s degree and is working a … Continue reading

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The definition of “ADULT”: When will you become an adult?

“When will I become an adult?” This is a question frequently asked by young children to their parents, and based on my experience, their parents would often answer: “When you grow up.” Actually, this combination of question and answer forms … Continue reading

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Coming of Age: accumulative and unpredictable

Coming of age is always discussed in focus by parents. They hoped we could grow up soon so that they would not take care of everything for us. Although uncountable teenagers attend their Coming of Age Ceremonies among all continents, … Continue reading

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