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|Here's a fact:
When parents address and debunk the mysteries of
puberty with their pre-teen children while the kids
are still young enough to listen, they not only pass
on valuable information, but they also free them
from adolescent anxiety. In doing so, parents and
guardians are helping their children focus better on
important things like school and academics.
What the Experts say:
their expected development decreases the
possible anxiety associated with this period
of life and it also helps adolescents make
better choices in regards to their sexuality.
(Omar H, 2003).
The building of self-esteem can enhance
student learning, skill development and
improve self care behavior (O'Dea, 2002).
Helping children develop self-esteem based
on their uniqueness, interest and talents can
be a protective factor when facing
developmental transitions (Harter, 1998).
puberty is important not only for the
psychosocial development of young
adolescents, but also for self esteem, body-
esteem and initiation of safer sex behaviors.
(Couineau, December 2006).
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