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    She thought that adolescent stress was powered by an industrialized society. Before society was industrialized, adolescents, or teenagers, were considered adults already. They worked. They weren't given the time or opportunity to explore their identities and form cliques and crowds, the way adolescents do today. But now, adolescents are encouraged to concentrate on schoolwork, rather than manual labor. And so, they spend more time around friends, and other kids their age. They're given the opportunity to explore their identities, who they are, who they want to be. The problem is that forming your identity and discovering who you are is not an easy thing to do. Adolescents care a whole lot about what everyone else thinks of them. They spend a lot of their time trying to keep up a good image, and trying to follow the norm, while at the same time coping with major life events, like love, and puberty.

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