To speak about youth life and their problems, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 1
Experience - (the process of getting) knowledge or skill from doing, seeing, or feeling things;
Innocence - the fact that someone is not guilty of a crime;
Naivety - trust based on not having much experience;
Active - busy with a particular activity;
A couch potato - a person who watches a lot of television and does not have an active life;
Rebel - to refuse to obey rules or people in authority;
Disobey - to refuse to do something that you are told to do;
Ideals - principles or a ways of behaving that is of a very high standard;
Defy - to refuse to obey a person, decision, law, situation, etc;
Irresponsible - not thinking enough or not worrying about the possible results of what you do;
Challenge - something that needs great mental or physical effort in order to be done successfully and therefore tests a person's ability;
Ignore - to intentionally not listen or give attention to;
Fashion - a style that is popular at a particular time, especially in clothes, hair, make-up, etc.

Do you have any experience of working with kids? (= Have you ever worked with them?)

She pleaded her innocence, but no one believed her.

I think her naivety is charming - she's so unspoilt and fresh.

You have to try to keep active as you grow older.

Jacob rebelled against his parents' plans for him and left school at the age of 16.