Taking in consideration the ideas of Aberastury (1981) that the conflict to become adult is uncurled parallel to it fights for the loss of the infantile structure, where is not possible to pass of the adolescence without a pathological behavior, therefore the lutos faced for the adolescents is losses that never more they will come back therefore to the adaptation to the new estresse brings it, anguish. Get all the facts and insights with Peter Rose, another great source of information. For Anna Freud (21) apud Knobel, is very difficult to designate the limit between normal and the pathological one in the adolescence, and considers that, in the reality all commotion of this period of the life must be considered as normal, also designating that it would be abnormal, the presence of a steady balance during the adolescent process. For Knobel the ticket for these pathological states is the syndrome of the normal adolescence, which all the individuals will pass. This study it defines the manifestations of the adolescent as normal to its evolutivo process of adolescent the adult life. Any type of changes shakes and unbalances the human being, is not different with the puberty. Main Changes in the Adolescent the adolescent one passes for a moment double, one of acquisitions another one of losses. The loss of the infantile body is most significant. The growth is fast, according to Fiori (1981-1982), beyond fast is disproportionate, the members if they prolongate, the body emagrece, the angles if they point out.
The change almost that brusque it does not allow a harmonic adaptation of the processes. In this phase the adolescent if feels unskillful, and the disequilibrium of the body must really that recently earned. The author complements that it loves for whom they give adult status to it, but is terrified with the alterations play that it in a still unknown way. This change brings the lost bissexualidade, coming back the previous phases of the development, the children for return of three years of age, according to Freudiana theory, lives the flica phase, that does not characterize the presence of two genital ones, masculine and the feminine one, but the presence or the absence of penis, that is, the boy has the girl does not have.