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7 Tips To Help Teen Girls Follow Their Passion

A child’s identity begins the moment they are born; however, the teenage phase is a defining period. In this phase, critical decisions that will affect and shape their identities into adulthood will be made. One of such is the frequently asked question, “What will you want to be when you grow up?” Parents play a crucial role when it concerns kids’ aspirations of what they want to be. The adolescent age is where self-limiting thoughts can appear especially for girls, but the parent can help keep the passion of the teenage girl in check through conversations and creating the right opportunities.

How To Nurture Young Girls To Follow Their Passion

By Goodnews Buekor A child’s identity begins from the moment they are born; however, the teenage phase is a defining period. In this phase, critical decisions that will affect and shape their identities into adulthood will be made. One of such is the frequently asked question, “What will you want to be when you grow up?” Parents play a crucial role when it concerns kids’ aspirations of what they want to be. The adolescent age is where self-limiting thoughts can suffice, but the parent can help keep these beliefs in check through conversations and creating the right opportunities. These tips can help you nurture your girl to follow through with her passion Exposure Let your child see the world with her own eyes, don’t cage her. Take your kids out so they know things for themselves and form opinions about what they like. Educational Psychologist, Dr. Dion Terrelong, advises parents…

Preparing Her for Puberty – 1

By Miracle Nwankwo The puberty stage is very crucial in a child’s life and it may come with a bit of stress and confusion. This may be as a result of the growth that their bodies experience at the time. This stage can be very frightening if they have no one to talk or relate with. This is why, as a parent, you have to prepare them on time and be there for them when it finally comes knocking. As a child, I knew a lot of my friends who changed from who they used to be immediately puberty set in. They suddenly became uncomfortable playing with other kids whose puberty were delayed. Most girls are often unprepared for puberty, so it takes them by storm and leaves them feeling differently about themselves. With the feeling of being different, they tend to withdraw from their peers and suddenly develop the culture…