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    從來沒有一個更好的時間讓你的家感覺更安全,因為我們的朋友,只是說原諒資訊圖顯示球迷提前訪問他們所有的黑五交易,這是50%的折扣或更多的獲獎家庭安全簡單的安全是最簡單的方式,以確保你的家和家人。

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    沒有鏈接,沒有訂購設置,也沒有催促的銷售員。

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    相反,你無法建立一個完全符合你需求的系統,沒有任何你不需要或不想要的東西,並讓它直接運到你家門口。

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    他們的傳感器要覆蓋每一個窗戶房間和門的室內和門鈴攝像頭,甚至像煙霧探測器這樣的額外設備,所有這些都由專業團隊進行24小時監控,如果有警報,他們會隨時向當局報警。

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    而現在,他們是唯一具有高清分辨率、8倍變焦和內置聚光燈的無線戶外安全攝影機,你可以保持你的整個戶外空間同樣安全。

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    我最近建立了自己的簡單安全系統,說實話,這再容易不過了。

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    我過去曾嘗試過其他的家庭安全選擇,但沒有一個是這麼簡單的,設置所有的攝像頭是一件輕而易舉的事,特別是無線室外安全攝像頭甚至不需要一個插座,所以它實際上可以去任何地方,現在我已經設置好了,應用程序使我很容易在我離開時檢查一切,我可以旅行而不用擔心任何事情。

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    那麼你還在等什麼呢?

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  • Can you really be in love as a teenager?

    你真的能在十幾歲的時候戀愛嗎?

  • Doesn't even matter what you do in high school, what mistake could ruin your life?

    甚至你在高中做什麼都不重要,什麼錯誤會毀了你的生活?

  • These are hard questions to answer.

    這些都是難以回答的問題。

  • But looking back, there are some hard truths about the world that every teenager should know, inevitably teenagers will spend a lot of time in school, like probably more than they even spend at home.

    但回顧過去,有一些關於世界的硬道理是每個青少年都應該知道的,不可避免地,青少年會在學校花很多時間,比如可能比他們在家裡花的時間還要多。

  • This is just the nature of the world we live in.

    這只是我們所處世界的性質。

  • So what do I know now that I wish we knew then?

    那麼,我現在所知道的是什麼,我希望我們當時知道?

  • Well almost everyone I know who at least tried in high school as teenagers are now successful and living their best lives.

    好吧,我認識的幾乎每個人在高中時至少嘗試過的青少年現在都很成功,過著他們最好的生活。

  • School may not be cool, but the harsh truth of it is that if you don't try in high school life is gonna be real hard down the road.

    學校可能並不酷,但殘酷的事實是,如果你在高中不努力,以後的生活就會非常艱難。

  • I'm not saying you have to solely focus on school during your teenage years.

    我並不是說你在青少年時期必須只關注學校。

  • In fact, it's highly recommended by experts that you do not spend every day consumed by schoolwork.

    事實上,專家們強烈建議你不要每天都被課業消耗掉。

  • This is because it will not only make you miserable, but you'll be a pretty boring person as well.

    這是因為它不僅會使你感到痛苦,而且你也會成為一個相當無聊的人。

  • School is not just a place where you're forced to do work, but where you learn certain life skills, build relationships and try new things, which brings us to the next thing I wish I knew as a teenager when choosing which classes to take, don't do what everyone else is doing, do what interests you.

    學校不僅僅是一個強迫你做作業的地方,而是你學習某些生活技能、建立人際關係和嘗試新事物的地方,這就引出了我希望我在青少年時期選擇上課時知道的下一件事,不要做別人都在做的事,做你感興趣的事。

  • The harsh truth about most teenagers is that they like to be a part of the group rather than being an individual.

    大多數青少年的殘酷事實是,他們喜歡成為群體的一部分,而不是成為一個個體。

  • This means as a teenager, you might make decisions based on what your friend group is doing, not what you want.

    這意味著作為一個青少年,你可能會根據你的朋友群體所做的事情來做決定,而不是你想要的。

  • Maybe you're really into science and there's a marine biology elective that you want to take, go for it.

    也許你真的很喜歡科學,而且有一門你想選的海洋生物選修課,那就去選吧。

  • Even if you aren't very good at science, but love the ocean, You might be surprised at what you discover about yourself.

    即使你對科學不是很在行,但喜歡海洋,你可能會對你發現的自己感到驚訝。

  • Sure, none of your friends may be in the class, but maybe you'll meet new people who share common interests.

    當然,你的朋友可能都不在這個班上,但也許你會遇到有共同興趣的新朋友。

  • And just as a spoiler alert, once you leave your teenage years behind, you probably will only keep in contact with a handful of your high school friends anyway, so don't let them influence what you do.

    作為一個破壞性的提醒,一旦你離開你的青少年時代,你可能無論如何只會與你的少數幾個高中朋友保持聯繫,所以不要讓他們影響你的行為。

  • Taking a class.

    上課。

  • That sounds cool instead of what everyone else wants you to take is definitely something I wish I had known as a teenager.

    這聽起來很酷,而不是其他人想讓你拿的東西,這絕對是我希望我在青少年時期就知道的東西。

  • But here's a pro tip for teenagers who may not do well in school, even if you're not the best student, you should become friendly with some of your teachers, teachers are there to help.

    但對於那些可能在學校表現不好的青少年來說,這裡有一個專業的建議,即使你不是最好的學生,你也應該和一些老師成為朋友,老師是為了幫助你。

  • Not all teachers are perfect or even good, but most care talking to a teacher after class that you find interesting or nice is a great way to learn more about the harsh obstacles ahead of you.

    不是所有的老師都是完美的,甚至是好的,但大多數關心在課後與你覺得有趣或好的老師交談是一個很好的方式來了解更多關於你面前的嚴酷障礙。

  • After completing high school, If I talk to more of my teachers outside of class, I would have been blindsided in the coming years with the amount of college work job applications or credit card bills that awaited me.

    完成高中學業後,如果我在課外與更多的老師交談,在未來的幾年裡,等待我的將是大量的大學工作申請或信用卡賬單,我一定會被嚇懵。

  • Plus the better your relationship is with your favorite teachers, the more likely they'll be to write you a good letter of recommendation or agree to be references when you apply for jobs.

    另外,你與你最喜歡的老師的關係越好,他們就越有可能給你寫一封好的推薦信,或者在你申請工作時同意做推薦人。

  • You may even be surprised about how your relationship with your teachers grows.

    你甚至可能對你與老師的關係如何發展感到驚訝。

  • Once you're an adult, you might find yourself grabbing a drink and commiserating over the good old days when all you had to worry about was not fooling around in class and getting detention.

    一旦你成為成年人,你可能會發現自己拿起酒杯,為過去的美好時光感到悲哀,那時你所要擔心的是不要在課堂上胡鬧,不要被留堂。

  • But enough about school.

    但關於學校的事情已經足夠了。

  • Once you graduate, what did you do?

    一旦你畢業,你做了什麼?

  • Go to college, get a job, travel the world?

    上大學、找工作、環遊世界?

  • Well, here's another crucial thing that I wish someone had told me.

    好吧,這裡還有一件關鍵的事情,我希望有人能告訴我。

  • As a teenager, after high school things get hard.

    作為一個青少年,高中畢業後,事情變得很困難。

  • It doesn't matter if you choose to go straight to college or not.

    如果你選擇直接上大學或不上大學,這並不重要。

  • Life is expensive and you're gonna need to get a job at some point.

    生活是昂貴的,你會在某些時候需要找到一份工作。

  • So as a teenager, the harsh truth is, it's time to start making your own money, whether it's working at a grocery store or as a pizza delivery driver, you need to make money to start supporting yourself.

    是以,作為一個青少年,殘酷的事實是,現在是時候開始自己賺錢了,無論是在雜貨店工作還是當比薩餅送餐員,你都需要賺錢來開始養活自己。

  • Most teenagers have parents who will help them financially, but you never know when money will become tight and it's definitely worth being prepared by having your own job.

    大多數青少年的父母會在經濟上幫助他們,但你永遠不知道什麼時候資金會變得緊張,擁有自己的工作絕對是值得準備的。

  • Like school jobs may not be fun, but they are necessary teenagers who enter their twenties and have never worked a day in their life are going to find out how hard life can actually be, They will have no experience or skills and no one will hire them except to do the most menial jobs.

    像學校的工作可能並不有趣,但它們是必要的,那些進入20多歲、一生中從未工作過一天的青少年將發現生活實際上是多麼艱難,他們將沒有經驗或技能,除了做最瑣碎的工作,沒有人會僱用他們。

  • The harsh reality is every teenager needs a job.

    殘酷的現實是每個青少年都需要一份工作。

  • You don't have to look very hard to find songs about love, especially ones that have to do with how much it sucks.

    你不需要很努力地尋找關於愛情的歌曲,尤其是那些與愛情有多糟糕有關的歌曲。

  • There are some tough lessons to learn about love, sex and rock and roll as a teenager.

    在青少年時期,關於愛、性和搖滾樂,有一些艱難的教訓需要學習。

  • The harsh fact about teenage love is that it's not really love at all, might be lust or desire or a way to fit in, but it's not love.

    關於青少年愛情的嚴酷事實是,它根本不是真正的愛,可能是慾望或願望,或者是融入的一種方式,但它不是愛。

  • Teenage hormones can make you do crazy things, which includes making bad love decisions.

    青少年的荷爾蒙會讓你做出瘋狂的事情,其中包括做出錯誤的愛情決定。

  • In reality, the teenage years of someone's life should be used for experimenting and trying new things.

    在現實中,一個人一生中的青少年時期應該用來實驗和嘗試新事物。

  • This also includes your love life, you should develop relationships with different people, just be sure to treat everyone with respect.

    這也包括你的愛情生活,你應該與不同的人發展關係,只是一定要尊重每個人。

  • Every teenager remembers their first love, the other person may not love them back or even knew they existed either way, what you feel as a teenager isn't really love at all, since you do not have enough personal and life experiences quite yet, that's why it's almost always impossible to find a couple who have been faithfully together since they were teenagers.

    每個青少年都記得他們的初戀,對方可能沒有回愛他們,甚至不知道他們的存在,無論如何,你在青少年時期的感覺根本不是真正的愛,因為你還沒有足夠的個人和生活經驗,這就是為什麼幾乎總是找不到一對從青少年時期就忠實地在一起的夫婦。

  • The key word is faithfully.

    關鍵字是忠實地。

  • Now, don't get me wrong, you can definitely love someone something somebody.

    現在,不要誤會我的意思,你絕對可以愛一個人的東西。

  • But the love you see between two adults is going to be different than what you experience as a teenager and that's okay.

    但是你所看到的兩個成年人之間的愛將與你作為一個青少年所經歷的不同,這沒關係。

  • I just wish someone would have told my teenage self that before I had my heart broken.

    我只是希望在我心碎之前,有人能告訴我十幾歲的自己。

  • The harsh reality is that as a teenager, you're going to have a broken heart at some point, there's no way around it.

    殘酷的現實是,作為一個青少年,你會在某個時候失戀,這是沒有辦法的事。

  • But if I could go back and tell teenage me one thing and be that what I was feeling then was only a fraction of what things after teenage life had in store for me.

    但是,如果我能回到過去,告訴十幾歲的我一件事,那就是我當時的感受只是十幾歲以後的事情的一小部分。

  • There are much bigger problems in the world and in everyone's lives in general than a teenage crush.

    世界上和每個人的生活中普遍存在著比青少年暗戀更嚴重的問題。

  • Breaking up with you.

    和你分手了。

  • To go along with teenage romance.

    為了配合青少年的浪漫。

  • It's really important to get in the habit of asking for permission as teenagers.

    作為青少年,養成徵求許可的習慣真的很重要。

  • We sometimes feel that rules don't apply to us.

    我們有時覺得規則對我們不適用。

  • But the law feels very differently.

    但法律的感覺卻截然不同。

  • If you're going to be in a teenage romantic relationship, make sure you and your partner are on the same page.

    如果你要在青少年的浪漫關係中,確保你和你的伴侶是在同一起跑線上。

  • If you don't want to get slapped or thrown in, juvie, make sure you ask permission from your partner before engaging in romantic activity.

    如果你不想被打耳光或被扔進少管所,請確保在進行浪漫活動之前徵求你的伴侶的同意。

  • This is also true for the rest of your life.

    在你的餘生中也是如此。

  • The harsh reality is that sexual misconduct runs rampant in the world.

    殘酷的現實是,性行為不端在世界範圍內猖獗。

  • If you want to be a good person and do what's right, Just get into the habit of asking permission when you're a teenager.

    如果你想成為一個好人,做正確的事情,就在你十幾歲的時候養成徵求許可的習慣。

  • Also a word of warning from those of us beyond our teenage years, it is not cool or even remotely all right for a teenager to date a person that is significantly older than them.

    我們這些已經過了青春期的人也要提醒一下,青少年和比他們年齡大得多的人約會是不酷的,甚至是完全不對的。

  • For one, it's illegal if you're under 18 and secondly, it is just creepy.

    首先,如果你未滿18歲,這是不合法的,其次,這只是令人毛骨悚然。

  • Again, it's harsh but true.

    同樣,這很殘酷,但卻是事實。

  • Some people are just not good people, especially when it comes to taking advantage of someone younger than them something that teenagers and everyone needs to be prepared for in life is failing it's gonna happen and you know what I wish someone had told me.

    有些人就是不是好人,特別是當涉及到利用比他們年輕的人時,青少年和每個人都需要在生活中做好準備,那就是失敗它會發生,你知道我希望有人告訴我什麼。

  • It was okay to fail as a teenager that might be hard to hear.

    作為一個青少年,失敗是可以的,這可能很難聽到。

  • But when you fail as a teenager, you learned a lot of the time, failure is seen as a bad thing, but it can also be beneficial since life is full of failures, it is good to build up your stamina as a teenager.

    但是,當你在青少年時期失敗時,你學到了很多東西,失敗被看作是一件壞事,但它也可以是有益的,因為生活中充滿了失敗,在青少年時期培養你的耐力是有好處的。

  • Again, it's not always bad to fail because it can help you become better.

    同樣,失敗並不總是壞事,因為它可以幫助你變得更好。

  • The truth is when you're a teenager, it won't be the first time you fail or the last, so it's best to just accept it, learn from it and move on, which brings us to maybe the most helpful advice for a teenager who is about to head out into the harsh world.

    事實是,當你是一個青少年時,這不會是你第一次或最後一次失敗,所以最好是接受它,從中學習並繼續前進,這給我們帶來的也許是對一個即將走向殘酷世界的青少年最有用的建議。

  • If you have a question to ask, ask it, this goes for school work or in your home, it's always better to ask for help than to try to go through it alone.

    如果你有問題要問,就問吧,這適用於學校工作或在家裡,尋求幫助總是比試圖獨自完成它要好。

  • Adults or people who are out of their teenage years have gone through what you're going through before and they probably even have the answers you seek since things will only get harder before they get easier.

    成年人或已經走出青少年時期的人曾經經歷過你所經歷的事情,他們甚至可能有你所尋求的答案,因為事情在變得容易之前只會變得更難。

  • It's good to ask as many questions as possible of the people around you.

    儘可能多地向你周圍的人提出問題是件好事。

  • If you ask a lot of questions, you will definitely thank your teenage self later on in life.

    如果你問了很多問題,你在以後的生活中肯定會感謝你十幾歲的自己。

  • And another thing that teenagers should know is there is always a choice.

    而青少年應該知道的另一件事是,總是有一個選擇。

  • This is something I wish someone would have kept reminding me of as a teenager, it would have saved me a lot of energy in the end.

    這是我希望在我十幾歲的時候有人不斷提醒我的事情,它最終會讓我省下很多精力。

  • Oftentimes it might feel like your life is planned out and that there's only one path to take, but that is far from the truth.

    很多時候,人們可能會覺得你的生活已經規劃好了,只有一條路可以走,但這遠非事實。

  • If I'd known how many times life would take twists and turns, I tell my teenage self to just go with the flow, you're gonna feel trapped as a teenager, taking a single path toward college, a job or whatever else might be on the horizon, but you always have a choice, The hardest thing about having a choice is forgetting that it's there as a teenager now is the time to make different choices and try different things because once your life really gets going, you're going to have others relying on you like your family and co workers.

    如果我知道生活會有多少次曲折,我告訴我十幾歲的自己要隨波逐流,作為一個青少年,你會感到被困住,朝著大學、工作或其他可能出現的事情走一條路,但你總是有選擇,有選擇最難的是忘記它的存在,作為一個青少年,現在是做出不同選擇和嘗試不同事情的時候,因為一旦你的生活真正開始,你會有其他人依靠你,比如你的家人和同事。

  • So the teenage years are when to try new things and to make choices for yourself while not having to worry too much about all the other factors that might affect those choices later on.

    是以,青少年時期是嘗試新事物和為自己做出選擇的時候,同時不必過多擔心所有其他可能影響這些選擇的因素。

  • Many of your young teenage friends will move away or you'll just lose contact with him and that's just the truth.

    你的許多年輕的青少年朋友會搬走,或者你會和他失去聯繫,這就是事實。

  • Most people keep only a few or maybe even just one lifelong friend from their teenage years, you will depend on each other and be there for one another for the rest of your lives.

    大多數人只保留幾個,甚至可能只有一個青少年時期的終身朋友,你們將相互依賴,並在餘生中相互支持。

  • So you might want to treat them nicely and may be harsh to hear.

    所以你可能要善待他們,可能會聽得很刺耳。

  • But sometimes teenagers can be selfish.

    但有時青少年會很自私。

  • They put unimportant things like social media, summer flings and temporary happiness ahead of friends and family.

    他們把不重要的事情,如社交媒體、夏天的豔遇和暫時的幸福放在朋友和家庭之前。

  • This is a bummer because once all those things are gone, family and friends might be all you have left.

    這是一個無奈之舉,因為一旦所有這些東西都消失了,家人和朋友可能是你剩下的全部。

  • So if you want some advice that I wish I had known as a teenager, it would be this treat your friends and family as if they were the most important things in your life because some day they will be you and everyone else makes mistakes.

    是以,如果你想要一些我希望自己在青少年時期就知道的建議,那就是把你的朋友和家人當作你生命中最重要的東西來對待,因為有一天他們會成為你,其他人都會犯錯。

  • This means forgiving others could be a real source of happiness for you as a teenager.

    這意味著寬恕他人可能是你作為一個青少年的真正幸福來源。

  • Having the ability to let things go or just move on is definitely a life skill everyone needs.

    有能力讓事情過去或只是向前看,絕對是每個人都需要的生活技能。

  • But it may be even more important for teenagers by forgiving your friends and others for the mistakes they've made, you can move past the bad stuff and onto the good stuff and don't forget you're gonna make some mistakes too and the more kind and forgiving you are, the easier it'll be for people to forgive you later on.

    但是,對於青少年來說,通過原諒你的朋友和其他人所犯的錯誤,可能更加重要,你可以超越壞的東西,進入好的東西,不要忘記你也會犯一些錯誤,你越是善良和寬容,人們以後就越容易原諒你。

  • One last piece of harsh advice for all the teenagers out there and this might be hard to hear The problems you're having right now, probably aren't that big of a deal.

    給所有青少年的最後一條嚴厲的建議,這可能很難聽到 你現在遇到的問題,可能並不是什麼大問題。

  • If someone just had told my teenage self this and pointed out how I could be living my life and trying as many new experiences as possible.

    如果當時有人告訴我十幾歲的自己這一點,並指出我可以如何過好自己的生活,儘可能地嘗試更多的新體驗。

  • Things would have gotten a lot smoother.

    事情會變得更加順利。

  • Harsh truth of it is that as a teenager you don't have many responsibilities as you might think and you can pretty much do whatever you want within reason so try and let go of those teenage problems and enjoy your time in this part of life before you have to grow up too much.

    殘酷的事實是,作為一個青少年,你沒有很多你可能認為的責任,你幾乎可以在合理的範圍內做任何你想做的事情,所以試著放下那些青少年的問題,在你不得不長大之前,享受你在人生的這一部分時間。

  • Now watch what is life like for a North Korean teenager or check out how to make money if you're under 18.

    現在看看北韓青少年的生活是什麼樣子的,或者看看如果你未滿18歲如何賺錢。

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青少年時期大人們沒有告訴你的重要事情 (Important Things Adults Don't Tell You as a Teenager)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 11 月 25 日
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