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|Here's a fact: If you can address and debunk the
mysteries of teenhood for your child - while they are
still young enough to listen - you're not only giving
them valuable information, you also freeing them
from a lot of anxiety. In doing so, you're giving them
an opportunity to focus better on important things
like school and preparing for adulthood and it's
Here's what the experts say:
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).
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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|IAGB2 teaches parents to be resources for their children. And we make it
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