The social experience of adolescence is massively complex compared to that of fully-developed adults. This is evidenced both by scientific research and casual observation of social cues, like the godawful haircut I ended up with in 2007. Above all else, teenagers are desperate to fit in, battling peer pressure, social anxieties and general feelings of constant humiliation in their quest to blend.

https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/the-scientific-reason-you-were-so-desperate-to-fit-in-as-a-teen?utm_source=broadlynlus&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Broadly April 30 2017&utm_content=Broadly April 30 2017+CID_c8bbfeb01060accf5917fe012c44255d&utm_source=Campaign Monitor&utm_term=The Scientific Reason You Were So Desperate to Fit In as a Teen

 

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