“Every man who rises above the common level has received two educations: the first from his teachers; the second, more personal and important, from himself.” ~ Edward Gibbon
Transition, shift or change in any form will never cease to exist in our lives from birth to old age. We must learn to embrace these transitions and handle them or manage them wisely. Young children or pre-teens transition as young children to the teen phase which comes with huge confusion and misunderstanding about their bodies and life in general. Adulthood is another phase that comes with its own challenges.
We can learn our bodies, environment, things we encounter in life daily and be able to manage them properly. If one is confused about anything, they can see someone who has passed that particular phase for help. Learning about life can take place in the four walls of a formal school, an informal setting (either from a group of people with like minds or from the elderly). One builds himself up by asking questions or by reading about things from books or the internet (Google).
If you cannot handle the phase of transition you are in, please seek help from grandma, grandpa, young parents or a doctor (if it has anything to do with your body) or see a reliable teacher at school or a reliable boss in the office or better still a mentor concerning financial or whatever challenges you face, and you will definitely get help.
You can maneuver your way through these transitions and be a master at handling life as it comes if you can embrace personal teachings from others who have already overcome. Be wise!