Why some teens are always in a happy mood while some prefers melancholy?
I never saw mood as related to age.
I see there are old teenagers... grumpy teenagers... others young at heart, always cheerful.
I see there are old adults... grumpy adults... others young at heart, always willing to help... to live, love, laugh.
Mega-veteran journalist Andy Rooney retired at 92. Both grumpy and cheerful.
I have a cheerful 8 year old, who is sometimes melancholic. And I have a bossy daughter, she's nine and she is my mother.
I'll be eternally 28 ;-) and always happy, although sometimes sort of absent. I just don't think age is a factor when it comes to personality.
Who says it's a matter of preference? Melancholy can be a state of mind, just like a happy mood can be.
Teenagers have their moodswings, like all of them. Without knowing, some develop their first signs of Bipolar Disorder. This has nothing to do with preference.
However, I prefer to be happy:-)
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