As a teenager, adapting to sudden changes in your body can be a difficult process. These physical, psychological and emotional changes are indicators that you’re moving out of childhood and into adolescence, and this can either be very exciting or very daunting. Each book in the series will explore some of the struggles related to a young person’s identity. Identity – the fact of being who or what a person or thing is – is a complex concept. What does it mean to be you? Your genetics physically make you you, but you are in control of everything else! How you treat yourself and others, what you believe in and how you act are all your personal choices. Sometimes we can lose who we are. We are not sure why we make the choices we do or, more broadly, what our purpose here is. Knowing yourself is not something you can accomplish overnight. It takes many years and periods of reflection to understand who you are and what you are capable of. Do not become frustrated. Instead, use the books in this series to help guide your thinking and reflection on who you are growing up to be and what, if anything, you want to change about yourself. You have the power to make decisions and live the life you want to. Do not let anyone take this away from you.
Me, Myself and I: Body Changes
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