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Very Satisfactory he gave proper time and I felt very nice after the session.
Imagine your self in a play where you are blindfolded and you are asked to move to a particular target somewhere in the room, to make the game interesting 5 of you r friends are there to guide you and 5 to misguide you in reaching the target. You are not aware who is guiding you rightly and who is not. All are speaking together some saying move left some saying no move in the right direction.
Can you think about the feeling you would be having at that time you would probably say confusion and uncertainty in moving to a particular place. Now relate this with the life of a teenager whose still developing brain is lacking the effective decision making skills. So he is just like a blind folded person. Who is hearing various voices of his peer group, other voices of parents, than social media is saying something else.
Some say this is right for you others say another thing. This leads a chaos in his mind, he is not able to understand whom to hear and whom not to. And thats why confrontations often occur with them and parentsand society at large. Therefore we need awareness about their cognitive development and empathy in dealing with them. It is important to understand that adolescent brain is still accquring various cognitive process and therefore our perception in dealing with their problems should be according to their cognitive competencies.