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List two ways that relationships change during adolescence. How can you cope with these changes?

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  • Health (Ms. Sue) - ,

    Before adolescence, what do most kids think of the opposite gender? What changes in their thinking?

    Before adolescence most kids go along with what adults tell them. How do new feelings of independence change these relationships?

  • Health (Ms. Sue) - ,

    Before adolescence, most children think of the opposite gender as abominations. However, during adolescence, teenagers develop new, strong feelings towards those of the opposite gender as well as strong desires to act upon them.

    New feelings of independence changes these relationships as, now, more is expected from teenagers?

  • Health (Ms. Sue) - ,

    I like your first answer.

    As teens feel more independent, don't they sometimes rebel against their parents and teachers?

  • Health (Ms. Sue) - ,

    Yes, they do. Therefore, my answer is:

    A: Before adolescence, most children think of the opposite gender as abominations. However, during adolescence, one way relationships change is that teenagers develop new, strong feelings towards those of the opposite gender as well as strong desires to act upon them. Another way that relationships change, between teenagers and parents, is that teenagers often become rebellious or rebel against them as they now feel more independent?

  • Health (Ms. Sue) - ,

    Right.

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