Joined: 26 Apr 2008
Alright, so last night I was surfing the web and I found this article, I thought it would
be cool for you guys to see it! It was written by Anonymous (?)
Many teenager's seem to be held up, but I provided a way for them to let go. After a
survey of teens, I found that most teens write to let out feelings. I gathered 3 teenage
girls, who all answered to writing.
The girls names can not be released, but shall be known as 1,2,3.
I had all of them sit in a room and asked them to just go ahead and write about anything.
1 wrote about a child who was an orphan, the orphan was very bright for her age and felt
no need for new parents. After a few questions I came up with this answer, which is not
completely proven, but seems to be common.
If a teen writes about a child is unhappy with their life, their parents especially, or
indeed this child has no parents, it can be guessed that this teen writer is completely
miunderstood, and at times looked over as the kid who is quiet and never speaks.
2 wrote about a romance that sprung between two unlikely people, a teacher and his
student. After asked to write another sample story, 2 wrote about another romance, oen
more common, first love between two best friends.
It can be assumed that if a writer writes about true love, then they are inclined to be in
love with someone who does not return the same feeling.
3 wrote about a girl who's life was perect, but then she was stricken by the deaths of her
parents and siblings in a car crash. After further research, I found that 3 had a loving
family back home, but from overhearing my 'guinea pigs' speaking, I learned that she was
always the baby of the family.
When a teen writes of unlikely tragedy, it can be assumed that the teen is always looked
down upon, even though they love their family more then their parents supect.
So yea, Kinda intresting.