A Teenage Boy’s Perspective on Life: Making the Most and Finding Happiness

November 26, 2019 - Comment

People don’t understand teenagers. Teenagers are mysterious. It’s almost as if nobody has any idea how teenagers live. But through both narrative and imagination, Juneau Wang, a teenage boy, vividly demonstrates what he has learned from 17 years of life experience.Juneau lives his normal mornings printing school papers, swearing when the paper tray is empty,

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People don’t understand teenagers. Teenagers are mysterious. It’s almost as if nobody has any idea how teenagers live. But through both narrative and imagination, Juneau Wang, a teenage boy, vividly demonstrates what he has learned from 17 years of life experience.Juneau lives his normal mornings printing school papers, swearing when the paper tray is empty, and making instant oatmeal. But he still ends up smiling. He has experienced personal loss, adversity, and the highs and lows that come with the circumstances of life. But despite all the odds, he is happy and has learned to love himself.Happiness is a learned and mindful form of intelligence. Through psychology, art, philosophy, and emotional stories, Juneau shows in great detail his path towards happiness, which he considers his most important journey and destination. He dramatically alters the way in which we understand the human condition, ourselves, and the people around us. He exhibits how he was able to make the most in life and find happiness in the darkest times.From the classroom to scientific studies and from food to movies, Juneau’s illuminating perspective on life will intrigue, amaze, and inspire. This is not the solution to all troubles, but it’s A Teenage Boy’s Perspective on Life.

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