There are many ways which a teen can create his/her personality. A few of the mains ways would include, social interaction with friends and peers, The way they look (what clothes they wear, makeup etc), their general attitude towards life and school. With all these things contributing to the overall personality of someone, you would think it would be a very complex and slow process to finally figure out WHO you are as a person. Well, you thought right. It takes decades to completely sort out your personality and even then it’s open to manipulation and change! The biggest changes to your personality will occur in your teen years. This is because of all the experiences we suddenly become exposed to once we hit our teenage years. The teen years are hard, you try to keep up with everyone else who seems to be doing so many things at such a fast pace that you really can’t keep up. Deciding what your key philosophies and values are will mostly take place in your late teens, as this is when you start to view the world a different way, and life starts to slow down and settle into a consistent pace. Your day to day life becomes more stable and you start to focus on things that really mean a lot to you, and not worry about the other things. While going through the process of figuring yourself out you may also, probably, find out more about yourself. This will help you to further explore and delve into the mystery of life. One of the most important things you do in your life is defining yourself, it helps other know you, and yourself know you. Once you have this established you are set for a long healthy, happy life!