Growing Up Doesn't Mean Growing Apart

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Xlibris Corporation, 2006 - Poetry - 80 pages
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This book, "Growing Up Doesn't Mean Growing Apart", is about my outlook on life and changes we go through as we grow up. As a teenager, I wrote it from a teen's point of view about different topics that come up during adolescence. For example, sex, betrayal, heartbreaks, death, and much more. Growing up you meet so many people and develop friends and relationships that change over the years. This book shows how I have seen life and some situations I've been in and how I've changed because of them. As you grow up, many things are different. Some are for the better and others for the worst. The relationships you have with others are the strongest things in life and as you grow up, some fade and some become stronger. You may even lost track of yourself and this book shows that growing up doesn't mean growing apart. Poems throughout the book are based upon feelings of mine during certain points in my life. When something happened to me that affected me as a person or was something important, I transfer it into a poem. The stories show different characters with different problems and how they deal with them. The book is basically about how I see others grow up and the mistakes they make: not only me but my friends and people around me. Teenagers go through more than some adults know about. Pieces in this book may be able to relate to some teens. This book is meant to have the reader feel the exact emotions of each story and poem.

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