Teenage girls, especially those who are 17-year-olds, have developed a great need to be more independent. They love to be able to make their own choices. They now have full control over their style. Their habits and interests typically have changed too. It can be a nightmare for parents like you . . .
Do you have a 15-year-old girl in your home, school, or neighborhood? Girls this age will have experienced physical, emotional, and cognitive changes. It’s expected that at 15, they are more self-aware than ever. They want to assert their worth and tend to associate it with their appearance. They want . . .
For girls, being 14 is synonymous with “strange” experiences. They discover changes in their body and exhibit a significant difference in their frame of mind. As they land in the puberty stage, they can be very emotionally volatile and assert a sense of independence. They are capable of understanding more . . .
Close to becoming a full-fledged teenager, 12-year-old girls are physically active, sociable, and moody! Pre-teen girls experience changes physically as evidenced by a rapid growth spurt and active participation in sports. Cognitively, they can tackle complex academic ideas. Emotionally, they’d want to feel accepted and loved by peers and parents. . . .
An 11-year-old girl is nearing adolescence. She may exhibit a growth spurt with evident physical changes. She may become more conscious of her physical appearance and weight. Looking beautiful or copying a certain celebrity’s looks isn’t uncommon during this phase. As a ‘tween girl, she will need at least an . . .
At nine years old, a girl experiences various emotional and physical changes. She becomes increasingly aware of her body and appearance. She is also inclined to cultivate strong social bonds with her peers by participating in school organizations. Active young girls show interest in sports clubs, such as swimming or . . .