5 thoughts on “the teenage brain”

  1. Mark,

    Did you notice that on the graphic, the section of the brain labeled “Ability to listen to extremely loud base tracks” uses incorrect spelling by using the word ‘base’ instead of ‘bass.’ No wonder teens feel misunderstood.


    Keep up the great work

  2. Good observation and point Adam! Comical in a sad kind of way.

    I agree, it is important for adults to stand with teens to help them navigate the difficult pressures of life. That is what I have given my life to. I also believe that we need to believe in them a little more, and believe that they have the ability to allow God to transform their lives and form them into the people He desires them to be. I believe students have the ability to “not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of their minds, so that they will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.”

  3. I love this, and as adults we need to understand and appreciate where teens are at.

    Brian–you are also right on with believing in them–teens are so capable if given the support and chance…and a lot of understanding.


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