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The Years of Adolescence:

Adolescence is the time of life when almost everybody is confused and stressed. Autistic teenagers feel the same way as well. Like all the other teens, they also need guidance about their sexual growth. In this age some behavior gets better, but if mishandled, things can get worse. Teenagers may choose the Autism and aggression to show their tension and frustration.

The teenage life makes people become sensitive and social. This is the time when normal teenagers’ battle with their grades, acne, dates and popularity issues. But the autistic teenagers know that they are different from normal kids and this realization is painful. They come to know that they do not have that many friends and don’t focus on asking someone out or planning their careers. Many Autistic teenagers reply positively to this sad issue and get motivated to make a change and acquire knowledge about new behaviors and social skill talents.