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Can you tell me of whether my answer to the question I asked you to continue to assist me with me is correct or not? Thank you.

  • Ms. Sue -

    *Correction: Can you tell me of whether my answer to the question I asked you to continue to assist me with is correct or not? Thank you.

  • Ms. Sue -

    Yes. It's correct.

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    Thank you.

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    However, what two ways could you cope with changes?

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    What do you think?

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    *Correction: However, how could you cope with these changes?

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    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. However, you can cope with these changes by learning to control your emotions, restraining some emotions, and not acting upon them?

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    Good.

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    Does my answer require any improvisations?

  • Ms. Sue -

    No. :-)

  • Ms. Sue -

    Thank you.

  • Ms. Sue -

    You're welcome.

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