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Relatable Tweens

Do you remember when your mood swings started? It is funny but seriously, it is part of nature that everyone goes through. Puberty. It is when kids feel like they are capable of being an adult yet have no idea how to be an adult.

How can you compare people’s experiences, is there something worth sharing that can contribute to their upbringing?

How can you help?

1. Be relatable – Open up about mistakes, misadventures, ect

2. Reach out – They have a lot on their minds and may not want to reach out. Just go for it!

3. Empathy – Use it & teach it. Make them aware that you care.

Most love to all parents of teens and tweens. I hope we all make it!

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Published by Francine On A Mission

Mom of three, lover of one. Mental health & Agriculture Magic

3 thoughts on “Relatable Tweens

  1. 💜 My “mood swings” started at conception EveryOne while Warm in HER!!! Womb; then I Was a Baby, a Toddler, a Child, a Teen, then becoming a ‘Grown Up’ KiDult who, honestly, ultimately Admitted, Acknowledged and Addressed My MMHI (Multiple Mental Health Issues) from an UnIntended, Well Intentioned, Abusive, Conditioned UpBringing and NOW!!! Parenting My Deceased Dead Dad and My Mad Mother who is Slowly Regaining HER!!! Sanity, I AM Moody and Rebellious Indeed EveryBody

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  2. 💎 – Diamond Hard – 💎

    💎 P.S. EveryOne, just for The Record ALL Folk ARE Autistic; most just won’t admit it due to The STIGMA!!! Attached to Mental Health EveryBody especially Anxiety and Depression

    💎 – Diamond Hard – 💎

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