Mae gets a job at the circle from her friend Annie and tries to work her way up the career ladder. Even Though it was rough and painful at times for her and sometimes painful for other p in the people. She ended up being at the top of the company in the end although in the process she hurt the people who cared about her.
The Civil Rights Movement was a difficult process not just for some people, but for the whole African American community. They had to grow as a community to achieve equal rights for all people, and they did struggle and there was a lot of pain. Many lives were lost in their fight for equality and that's why having to grow is painful.
Ponyboy Curtis is a 14 year old boy struggling to grow up in 1960’s Tulsa, Oklahoma. During this time period people were being discriminated against for their wealth and social status. In the difficult process of growing up he is caught in a violent drunken fight, which results in his best friend Johnny killing someone to protect him. All because of that fight that shouldn’t have happened he lost two important people in his life in addition to his parents who died in a car accident eight months prior. His struggle shows that the pain of growing up can cause lives to be lost.
As the boys in the Devon school prepare for life, they have a hard time getting through the obstacles of growing up, and that causes some of the boys to lose their way and not be able to make it to adulthood.
Doodle is a very sickly child, and he wants to grow up and be just like his older brother. His brother begins training him to go to school with various activities that he can’t do because of his sickness. Doodles brothers is kind of ashamed of his brother because of the disabilities he has and the things he can’t do. While trying to make his brother proud and finish his training, his health problems get in the way and he unfortunately dies. He died because he was very sick, but also because he wanted to grow up and do things with his older brother.
A white teacher learns of the struggles of her multiracial English class. She learns that the kids have had very difficult times growing up in the place that they did. They aren't interested in what she is teaching because nothing is important to them because of what their life had been like.
The Facts of life is a show about an all girls boarding school. They spend most of their life there and they grow up there. They go through changes in their bodies in their minds and in their lives. They experience things such as peer pressure, smoking, drinking, and many others.
Saved by the Bell was a fun show during the late 80's and 90's. It showed all of the normal stress of kids going to high school, but it also showed how the kids handled their problems. They always managed to find a solution and make it fun for people to watch as the solved their problems.
The Fosters is about a family of adopted kids with two mothers. They go through the everyday stresses of life plus so much more. Their life shows that teenage life is so hard, because you have so many things being thrown at you everyday, and then there is something else waiting to knock you all the way down. Even though in almost every episode there is something challenging their family they somehow manage to be okay in the end.
“Young” is about remembering how it was difficult to have a relationship when you are young. It becomes hard to handle because we are so young. "Yeah, it's hard when you're young the song literary says that its hard when you are young. Relationships like most things are hard when you're young.