Puberty: It’s one freaky (Blank) and cruel mistress. You know the time where you get hair in weird places, your voices change, body changes, and even your mood changes. That’s so weird. I bet you’re wondering “Why are you telling me this and what does this have to do with writing?” Well, a writer’s got to explore and puberty is one those big deals when dealing with a coming of age character. Now anyone who has at least been to high school and somewhat later in life knows that puberty is total nightmare, especially if you don’t know what’s going on, but sometimes people embrace it believe it or not because it means you’re growing up and such and you might get appealing traits and what not, so it’s like a dream and a nightmare rolled into one. What makes it worse is the fact that you feel that no one understands you or what you’re going through and that makes you…well even moodier. Fortunately, the storm blows over eventually but I can’t say that it’ll leave you completely unscarred or if it even finishes everything. But if it’s one thing it teaches you, it’s this little thing called life.