Do you believe the word ‘liberty’ is wrongly used by the teenagers?It is an age-old practice that the teenagers never get along happily with the seniors. They always want to experiment and challenge themselves to prove their worth. In doing so, usually occurs a clash between the upper generation and the teens. Both the generation stick to their own point of view and a lack of open discussion creates a wide gap between the two.
The situation mentioned above prevails in every family worldwide. The teens and the older generation take their own course of action and gradually with time everything gets adjusted, and life goes on. Still, I would like to make a point that the teenagers always talk about liberty in such a manner which sounds so far-fetched.
Every single person loves to have some freedom, but that freedom should not be at the cost of any and everything. Nowadays, it is a disturbing trend that teenagers always protest in the context of liberty. They use their mobile on the road with an earphone. If you ask them not to do so, then they will immediately protest. They consider it to be curtailing their freedom. The teens fail to understand that an accident may occur if one is not attentive, on a road. All of a sudden, the teenagers start thinking that they know everything. They have one or the other plan with their friends every day, objecting to them means a confrontation between the youths and the parents. Usually, they are never on time for anything, but if pointed out or scolded then they have all the frivolous excuses ready to defend themselves.
There is a continuous rift between the two generations until a certain age. The teenagers are very vocal about the amount of liberty is asking for too much. The teens cannot have every freedom or else they will ruin their lives. What is the opinion of all the members on the aspect? We all were teenagers at one point of time, and now we are the seniors, so how do you assess the issue of liberty about which the teens are so adamant and contradicting?