Although I do not like to engage in reasonableness, because any person who does this comes from his experience, which is obviously limited; But nevertheless, I think that from my life you can single out some theses that can to help today's rising generation, if only for the reason that I myself am not that old and I remember adolescence and the maximalism associated with it
Look for yourself. The bulk of people say "be yourself", but many people do not really understand who they are, especially adolescents who have a constant conflict of hormones, ideals, imposed stereotypes, etc. . Do not deny yourself the search for yourself. Take on any business (as long as there is time and freedom in this) that interests you, and forget what others have to say about your hobbies, as long as it brings you pleasure and makes you alive.
Do not try to adapt to primitive people It often happens that a person is surrounded by not the most distant people, with their own morals, "concepts", etc. Do not try to adjust to them or please them. Such people in the adult world are unlikely to achieve anything worthy. If you are forced to be with them, the best option is escapism through your favorite business, or art. By the time you grow up, you will already be knowledgeable enough to understand how to move to a more civilized society (if you live in Mukhosransk), or you will already find people according to your interests (if you live in a large city).
Constantly develop. I'm not talking only about classical literature (although, of course, it will always be good with that worldly wisdom and beauty of the syllable that gives a person). The bulk of people only in their youth understands that time is a very valuable resource and wasting it is the most disgusting recklessness. Now there are even more people among young people who are engaged in stupid shit than before, try not to succumb to pressure and go your own way , find the knowledge that is interesting to you and will be useful and curb your insatiable hunger for this knowledge.
If you follow these three points, everything else in life itself should line up gracefully.
Any advice has a huge problem - firstly, they only reflect the personal experience of the advisor; secondly, they are too "instructive", and no one lives their life as a set of rules that must be followed in a strict order.
By the way, there are a lot of such articles / tips (for example, 1, 2, 3, etc), and you can choose infinitely, but what is most important, especially in matters of morality, the world is changing at a fantastic rate now, and advice becomes outdated faster than a quick one.
Here are the things that have influenced me personally - that's all just my list so you can appreciate what might be important:
English. Firstly, he will give you a huge amount of information - foreign forums, articles, newspapers, a huge plus at work (but plus only for something, English itself is not worth much). Secondly, you can safely travel with English throughout the civilized world, as well as communicate with a huge number of people.
Financial and legal literacy. These are very boring and trivial things that few people in our country know - I'm not talking about learning the administrative and tax codes, but to understand your rights as an employee (believe me, one hint that you have read this very code, will greatly change the employer's attitude towards you), or what options are there for starting a small business is quite useful. Everyone is interested in different aspects, but this will at least give a better understanding of your rights abroad as well.
Health. I wanted to call it "food", but it's too narrow. An even more boring thing, but just read what carbohydrates, fats, proteins are, what products they come from and how you can diversify your diet, learn how to cook - it's not difficult, there are thousands of simple, tasty and nutritious dishes.
Sex. Our society is still incredibly taboo on this topic, but this is a completely natural process. I am not calling for promiscuity, but to understand the genitals (yours and your partner) and understand that this is not a secret behind seven locks, but a common topic of conversation. Maybe not quite ordinary, but for the two of you it is quite ordinary for you - if you do something on an ongoing basis, why not discuss it? In the end, you make each other nice! And finally, about "development" and other interesting things. I am a staunch opponent of the imposition of the theory that everyone should "develop" and constantly grow somewhere there - just do what you are interested in (to the best of your ability, of course). I like books - read! Author's films - great, watch, write reviews, look for friends with the same interests, go to special cinemas. But if you like more spectator cinema - there is nothing wrong with that, you should not blame yourself and try to rebuild. If you fall asleep from philosophical reasoning, you should not forcefully cram into yourself, philosophy is a very abstract thing, without which almost everyone successfully lives people on earth.
Do what you like, tryYou can find something new in this, write about it, tell your friends, and stay curious!
Remember a few things:
Young, immature minds are often told about how lazy, superficial and in general they are. Most of all, elders like to do this. But all this is stupidity.
With each generation, people are getting smarter, more resourceful and stubborn. From birth, you are more adapted to the modern world than your parents and your parents' parents. You have only one task: not to lose the original data and grow. Get information from as many sources as possible, filter it yourself and use the most relevant and unbiased information for your purposes. Think often. Analyze everything that happens around and apply the knowledge gained to continue to develop.