Hugh Jackman thinks being a teenager is difficult.
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Hugh Jackman has acknowledged that being a teenager is challenging and that he frequently feels the same emotions as adolescents do. He has remarked that he values the liberties he enjoys as an adult and that he longs for the opportunity to enjoy them once more as a youngster.
The 54-year-old actor is of the opinion that kids are under more strain than ever. He thinks that the growth of social media and other technological developments are to blame. Teenagers, in his opinion, are under more pressure than ever before from both their classmates and society at large.
Hugh claimed that because of all the changes taking on in their lives, the pandemic is particularly challenging for teenagers. He believes that so far, this has been their most difficult time.
Hugh concerns that the younger generation is still prone to prejudice despite the fact that he acknowledges that they are more welcoming and open-minded than before. Although he thinks that kids are more open about sharing their opinions and feelings, he is concerned that they may not be prepared to handle any discrimination they may encounter.
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The Hollywood celebrity now regrets not being able to have “open dialogues” with his parents when he was a child.
The “Deadpool 3” actor expressed his gratitude for the improvement in our ability to have honest discussions about becoming more vulnerable, recognising the fact that we don’t have all the answers, and depending on others for support.
These discussions are finally taking place, which I think is fantastic since I wish I had them when I was a teenager.
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