Teen Quotes: Navigating the Path of Adolescence with Wisdom and Inspiration
Embracing Youth: Teen Quotes for Inspiration and Empowerment
The teenage years are a transformative and defining period in life. It is a time of self-discovery, growth, and navigating the complexities of adolescence. In this collection of teen quotes, we explore the joys, challenges, and unique experiences of being a teenager. These quotes capture the essence of youth, offering wisdom, inspiration, and empowerment for teens as they navigate the path towards adulthood.
Embracing Your Journey: Quotes to Empower Teenagers
Allow these teen quotes to resonate with you as you navigate the exciting and sometimes tumultuous journey of adolescence. Draw inspiration from the words of writers, artists, and thinkers who have experienced the transformative power of the teenage years. Reflect on their wisdom, embrace your unique journey, and find strength in the moments of self-discovery, growth, and resilience.
Something I love about ‘Teen Wolf’ is that my character is written in as just a normal girl. She could have been any ethnicity; she doesn’t have to be Asian.
Frank Sinatra is the only one that went from teen idol to superstar.
I love being a teen because you don’t have all the responsibilities of an adult yet.
I may weep inconsolably when I hold a copy of ‘All I Know Now’ for the first time. I just hope that everyone who reads it enjoys it and finds some comfort in knowing that the journey through the ‘teen age’ is difficult for all of us and they’re definitely not alone.
Carrie Hope Fletcher
Children born to teens have less supportive and stimulating environments, poorer health, lower cognitive development, and worse educational outcomes. Children of teen mothers are at increased risk of being in foster care and becoming teen parents themselves, thereby repeating the cycle.
I was considered chubby as a teen.
I grew up watching ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ and used to dream that I would grow up to be just like her. In a way, ‘Teen Wolf’ has a lot of those kinds of characters. We’re just kids by day, and yet we’re trying to fight demons and werewolves and bad people and save people that we love.
I started a MySpace teen lit discussion group and invited people to join.
People love teen movies because everyone can relate.
As a teenager I was so insecure. I was the type of guy that never fitted in because he never dared to choose. I was convinced I had absolutely no talent at all. For nothing. And that thought took away all my ambition too.
I actually hope people don’t react to ‘Impossible’ in a way where they think it’s terribly retro. The plot needed to do what it needed to do. But I’m a little surprised to find myself looking a little bit like an advocate of teen marriage. It takes some exceptional circumstances for that to be a reasonable idea.
I take mentoring very seriously and I am on the board of an organization called Girls Write Now, where we match teen girls and writing mentors because it changes their lives.
Teen movies often have an unspoken underlying premise in which high school is seen as less serious than the adult world. But when your head is encased in that microcosm it’s the most serious time of your life.
I’m not a teen anymore, but growing up, some of my favorite things were, like, ‘Twin Peaks,’ which wasn’t even really my time, and this is one of the things, like a weird, quirky, small town mystery.
One of the things that defines YA is a really strong narrative. Adults love YA because, at the end of the day, they’re good stories and page-turners. The other element is emotion. The teen years are a very emotional and intense time, and I think it’s a time we that we can all relate to and remember.
‘Pretty Little Liars,’ you know, it’s a teen show that grew to be something bigger. I think you had girls from ages 7 to, like, 20 watching the show, and that was the predominant audience. Then it grew to be for girls, boys, men, women, people who are 7 to 35. I think that’s crazy.
I was a handful growing up.
To be honest, and this is terrible to admit, I hardly read any teen mystery books at all.
Final Destination was the closest thing I’ve done to a teen movie but it certainly had an edge to it.
I just want to say I love Kira Yukimura so much. I loved my experience on ‘Teen Wolf.’
You have teenagers thinking they’re going to make millions as NBA stars when that’s not realistic for even 1 percent of them. Becoming a scientist or engineer is.
I grew up in a house where nobody had to tell me to go to school every day and do my homework.
Constance Baker Motley
I want to help middle-school girls stay interested in math and be good at it, and see it as friendly and accessible and not this scary thing. Everyone else in society tells them it’s not for them. It’s for nerdy white guys with pocket protectors.
Yes, my pageant career was incredibly short. I started at 19 and was done at 21. I started by competing for Miss California Teen, which I wound up winning, and I literally just entered the contest on a whim!
When I was a teenager I would lock myself in the bathroom for hours, bouffanting my hair like Patty Duke and trying to recreate Barbra Streisand’s flawless eyeliner, only to comb it all out and wash it all off before stepping out into the world a butchish bisexual teen.
This may just be me, but I feel like everyone’s dream is to live as an American high school student. There are so many teen films set in America that you live vicariously through them, anyway.
I don’t want to just be in the normal kind of teen movie.
I love my mom so much, and I always have, but I was definitely a monster to her a lot during my teen years.
Material Girls was so different for me, I’d never done a teen movie.
I was a typical Valley teen, in smoggy Van Nuys.
Ed Begley, Jr.
As a precocious teen I dreamed of being Graham Greene. Well, as it turned out, I never wrote a great novel, sadly, and I never converted to Catholicism, happily, but I did do one thing he did. That is, in middle age I moved to a seaside town and got into a right barney with the local powers-that-be.
Fifth grade was when I first heard ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit;’ it was the energy, and his voice. I liked 311 and Sublime, too, though that might have been a little after that.
Ty Dolla Sign
The first time I got pregnant, I was a young girl – I was 17 years old. Although I knew right away that I wanted to keep my child, being a pregnant teen was an extremely scary experience for me. Luckily, my family and friends were very supportive and were there for me every step of the way.
Once a teen has been identified as part of the ‘target market,’ he knows he’s done for. The object of the game is to confound the marketers, and keep one’s own, authentic culture from showing up at the shopping mall as a prepackaged corporate product.
‘Teen Spirit’ is a celebration of the power that music can deliver to the cinematic experience.
Clothes are like a suit of armour when you’re young. I was quite a shy teen, so I wanted to make aggressive statements with the way I looked. I’d say my goth/indie stage was the worst: there was a lot of experimentation involving pink food dye in my fringe.
I found my niche as a character actor, and I’ve never felt like a movie star or teen idol and never wanted to.
Youth comes but once in a lifetime.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I feel really honored to be part of The #seetherealme campaign. It’s really amazing, as it helps many teen girls who are struggling. It helps them to find themselves and be true to who they are.
I did work at a mall in college – I think retail/customer service is just one of the most hideous jobs in the world. So I always try to be extra nice when I go into a store. But malls are part of our culture, if you watched any teen comedy in the ’80s. it’s clear that malls are where we live!
I see it as more of a teenage activity than, you know, she’s only 11, but you know, I think it’s great that she knows so many girls who want to play music. And I see it more as a teen activity than I do as going into music.
I was a teen idol and that has a short shelf life.
If you’re interested in a ‘Teen Vogue’ internship, take note: it’s not all fun and games! Working at a magazine requires a ton of energy and endurance from its interns and editors alike.
I certainly witnessed bullying as a teen in both a small and a big school setting. I feel like it is a universal topic.
Everybody is a teenage idol.
Teen boys are a huge mess.
I love telling teen stories where the characters are experiencing things for the first time – the stakes feel really high.
I don’t like being compared to anyone or being in a class with someone. I’m a teen actress and therefore I’m competing against Hilary Duff. We’re different people like everyone else.
N.E.R.D. was also from – not too far from where I was from growing up. For a lot of people who make music, that was a huge influence in teen years.
We won a contest at the teen fair in Vancouver and the first prize was a recording contract and we recorded at a radio station on the stairway, and we did a record and it got put out.
I was a happy kid up until I hit the teen years.
I write edgy, sexy teen romances, and that’s what I’ll continue to do.
I’m excited to see a new age of rom-coms, and especially teen romantic comedies, because when I was younger, I was watching ‘Harry Potter’ and ‘Hunger Games’ and stuff like that. I loved those movies, but they are a little bit heavy. We didn’t really get to have the lighthearted love stories.