I need help to create a thesis statement. I don't want you to do my work but I do need your help.
My topic is on Growing up.
"When I was little I was always dressing up in mommy's high heels and playing with her makeup... I couldn't wait to grow up! Now I wish I could stop the clock and go back." *Thanks to those who helped me pick out a topic*
So my paragraphs are going to be divided into elementary age, middle school aged, and high-school...talking about the pros and cons of each stage. I'd like my thesis statement to be meaningful, to make the reader understand that despite the odds ev
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You could be like:
When people tell you not to try to hurry up time (or growth), do you really listen to them or just nod your head and say you won't? Did you ignore those words until it was too late? Something like that ^_^
A thesis will answer the question you are discussing within your paper. It should never be a question. It should be stated as a FACT because you will prove it with your supporting arguments.
Growing up is not easy, but it is a part of life. The inevitable failures and disappointments you will face will guide you to adulthood with the knowledge that the best is yet to come.