There was a time when I was the moon to his stars, the Luke to his Leia, the peanut butter to his jelly. But, in those moments when he sets his acned jaw, crosses his arms, and rolls his eyes, his teenaged assholery makes me want to lose my mind. Eye rolls? Mom can do that, too. Foot stomping? Oh, fun!
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Teens 13 - 17 years old who participated described Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter and texting as important ways to build intimacy with peers. These mediums form a crucial part of their interactions with one another -- a way of communicating that's inextricable from the friendships themselves. Friendships now are born and bred digitally, and maybe, the study delicately hints, that's not unconditionally a terrible thing. For example, 83 percent of the 1, teens Pew surveyed online and in-person last fall told researchers that social media "makes them feel more connected to information about their friends' lives," while 70 percent said it also connects them to their friends' feelings. Overall, participants were likely to characterize social media as a positive force in their life. Only 21 percent of teens said social media makes them feel worse. Pew also found that texting and social media were woven into this fabric of the participants' constant communications.
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