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5 Psychology Studies Every Awkward Teenager Should Read

5 Psychology Studies Every Awkward Teenager Should Read
We've demonstrated before that, even according to science, being a teenager sucks. So one could logically assume that if being a normal teenager sucks, then being a shy teenager must be even worse. But if we ever got the chance to go back in time to visit our lonely teenage selves ... well, first off we'd deal them an epic backhanded mouthslap (butterfly effect be damned). But once they recovered, we'd tell them to keep their chin up, because ... #5. No Sex Now = Greater Life Satisfaction Later Getty Adolescence is the period in everyone's life where the idea of sex metamorphoses from a mysterious concept to an uncomfortable and alarming reality to a baited hook perpetually hanging above your head. Getty"Franklin Kimble: Right in the asshole." In such a hypersexualized environment, it's easy to get depressed when your crushes are less than receptive to your charms (or, in the case of your average shy teenager, your lack thereof). Getty"I waited until I was 30. #4. Getty"That is so hot.

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