As long as I can remember, and even before I was born, the angst of the stereotypical teenager -- the James Dean-like rebels without a cause, the "Breakfast Club" members, the mischievous, too-cool-for-rules Zack Morris from "Saved by the Bell"– has been king.
And with good reason.
Teenagers are moody. They are self-centered -- bordering on narcissistic. And a study published this summer claims today’s teenagers are also more materialistic than any generation before them.