Your teen can be, cheerful, and loving one moment, and angry, upset, and distant the very next. By understanding and connecting with your teen, help him navigate this roller coaster of emotions.
By Team ParentCircle
When your teenager hits puberty, her body and brain go through significant changes. This in turn, causes a range of new emotions – sometimes, your child is cheerful and upbeat, and at other times, her emotions are running wild and uncontrollable. Add to this peer pressure and the up-and-down roller coaster of emotions, this phase can be quite overwhelming and frustrating for your teen. Her moods may swing wilder than a pendulum, but remember it is mostly normal for your teen to have these mood swings.
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