Flowers, for the length of history, have been a source of admiration, beautification, romance, religion and even medicine. This magical species seemingly affect a teenager the most. As a budding flower, teenage experiences many changes in physical, emotional, social and educational arenas. At times, it becomes very taxing to deal with a sudden surge of all this alteration happening in the world around. Flowers come in as handy tools to help a teenager deal with this overwhelming whirlpool of transformations.
During the angst-y period of teenage, only one flower can seep its cheerful colors and intoxicating odor into one's mind to rid them of all negativity. Flowers are psychologically and scientifically proven to be greatly effective stimuli to achieve a higher sense of enjoyment and life satisfaction. When a child is growing up and suddenly feels a thrust in a world of insane competition, a simple blossom can be the difference between broken courage and a vicious cycle of depression.
"Common sense tells us that flowers make us happy," said Dr. Haviland-Jones, "Now, science shows that not only do flowers make us happier than we know, but also they have strong positive effects on our emotional well-being."
In fact, flowers are phenomenal relievers of stress. We are all aware of the immense amount of pressure and tension which teenagers face due to examinations and assessments. A home adorned with flowers can be a constituent towards a child's bright future. Flowers, indisputably have a distinct virtue of their positive impact on the mental health of people.
Flowers are also the catalysts to initiate intimate connections, an apt methodology to increase contact with family and shift the sphere of attention or the biosphere of a teenager to one that centers more around family life.
We all celebrate a flower as a symbol of love and romance. In this time of life, a new factor responsible for unimaginable ecstasy or earth-shattering desolation is the idea of love. Often, a young boy would shyly present a blushing young girl with a red rose which would the start of a deepening romantic relationship, with all its high and lows. A flower can communicate inexpressible emotions in a simple and beautiful manner.
In the confusion of the teen years, a time when hormones are raging and so is the mind, flowers provide help and simplify the problems which need much simplification. Flowers can benefit teenagers in several ways, by decreasing their problems in unparalleled ways, which months of therapy cannot overcome.