1. You are a Muslim. This is your identity. If you keep this foremost in your mind then you won't have an identity crisis.
2. Know what's right and what's wrong. When you know what's the right thing to do and how Allah loves the righteous then you will choose to do what's right regardless of peer pressure.
3. Be modest. You may be good at many things but know that it is from Allah and Allah can take it away from you. You know what they say about pride? It comes before a fall, and that's a fact.
4. Be kind and helpful. Not only is it a great Islamic characteristic to have but when you are helpful to others for no particular gain but for the pleasure of Allah, then people will want to help you in return and you will get far.
5. Don't doubt that you will always be the apple of your parents' eyes. When there are disagreements between you and your parents then know that they still love you. They held you when you were little and precious and they will hold you when you are old, if only you would let them.
Here are some other blogs that offer advice for teenagers:
Amina Edota from Youthly Hub gave 15 Rules for Making the Best of the Teenage Years.
Najma Capal at The Muslim Bricks advics our youths to take role models from the Best Generation.
Christal from Christal Blogs reminds us, youth and all, to remember to call on Allah for guidance.
What is your advice for teenagers? Feel free to add your own in the comments below.