Adolescence is the period following the onset of puberty during which a young person develops from a child into an adult. It refers to the phase in human growth and development occurring after childhood and before adulthood. It represents one of the critical transitions in one’s life span. It is characterized b fast paced growth and change. There are some noticeable changes in biological process. For example, gaining puberty and experiencing an alteration in tone are the most common phenomena. The time of adolescence is a period of preparation for adulthood. Some acute psychological changes occur during adolescence. Flourishing of personality is introduced in this stage. The adolescents get emotional and find his/her personal identity. It is also a time of considerable risks. Many adolescents feel curious to use alcohol, cigarettes, or other drugs. Some of them get involved in illegal sexual relationships that put themselves at high risk for intentional and unintentional injuries, unintended pregnancies, and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Some of them may experience mental health problems too. Adolescents are not fully capable of understanding complex concepts and facing difficult situations. Such as inability makes them particularly vulnerable to sexual exploitation and high risk behaviours. Families, communities, schools, health services and their workspaces should help them learn a wide range of skills. These skills can help them with the pressures they face. Thereby a successful transition from childhood to adulthood may be possible. Parents as well as members of the community must be careful about them.