Although it is not easy, as a mother or father it is worth empowering your daughter, because that way she will know her worth and that she is capable of anything whenever she wants to achieve it. A teenage daughter may have self-esteem issues because of her hormone revolution. At this stage, a teenager is more likely to have depression, eating problems, or anxiety.
Although adolescence is a stage that must be passed yes or yes, it is important that you be a good guide to empower your adolescent daughter and that she is able to go through this stage so that she reaches adulthood with great force. It is convenient that your adolescent daughter teach her techniques of emotional control, empathy and assertiveness. You should feel that you have power (because you do) over your decisions and your personal tastes and interests.
TEACH HIM TO KEEP HIS FEET ON THE GROUND
You can teach your teenage daughter personal mantras to use in times of stress or confusion. These mantras can help you have an emotional compass that will guide you and do you good in the most tense moments. Some mantras can be:
- Remember that I trust you
- Kindness is the best form of communication
- Make decisions from power, not from tension
- With effort, you will achieve anything you set your mind to
THE IMPORTANCE OF FRIENDSHIPS
Friendships are important as long as they are healthy friendships . Talk to your teenage daughter about the importance of having at least one confident friend who is truly a sincere friendship. Understanding is essential in a good friendship relationship.
Having one or two real friends is much more beneficial than having ten friends who barely know you. While you are teaching your daughter the importance of having real friends, you should also teach her the importance of being a good, trustworthy friend.
RESPECT THEIR TEMPERAMENT
In adolescence it is possible that his temperament appears much more. If she doesn’t have a particularly outgoing personality, don’t make her feel bad about it. If she’s the social type, respect her and teach her the importance of taking time alone. Help him find his passions whether they are group or individual activities.
It is also important to teach him to find balance so that he can regain his energy. For example, if you are an introvert, you will need time alone after spending time with other people to regain your own energy. On the other hand, if you are outgoing, it is important that you enjoy friendships and the company of others, but always learning to separate the toxic people around you.
TEACH HIM RESILIENCE
Show your child how to recover from adverse situations and how to take good care of himself. Too many adolescent girls and adult women, for that matter, tend to the needs of others and neglect their own. This, as we know, ends in terrible emotional and physical fatigue and makes girls vulnerable to all kinds of problems. But you can learn to emerge stronger from adversity.
In this sense, it is essential to teach your teenage daughter to have time for herself, to take care of herself physically and mentally, to maintain a balanced diet, to exercise, to teach her about positive thinking and how maintaining a positive attitude can improve her quality of life in all aspects.
YOU DON’T NEED TO BE LIKED BY EVERYONE
Many teenage girls stress because they want to get along with everyone or like everyone, and this is simply impossible. It is unrealistic and it is important to accept this so as not to have emotional problems because of others. Make him reflect on: have you met someone with an interesting personality that everyone likes? Probably not.
Your teenage daughter should expect that there will be people who like and like her, who will ignore them and who she will ignore, who will treat her with indifference or that they will treat with indifference. And this is normal in all circumstances. It is an unavoidable part of life and you have to be realistic. Friendships that are really worth it can be counted on one hand! And really, no more is needed!