Self-esteem and Teen Friendships

In our Parent-Expert Series this month, a worried mother of a teenage daughter writes about how her daughter goes out of the way to please her friend. Read on ...

By Team ParentCircle

Teenage is a beautiful phase where a child transitions into understanding herself in an adult space. For the very same reason, it can be very challenging. This is a period when friendships are easily formed and broken. There are some teens who go overboard to please their friends, and there are those who seek attention nonstop. Here, we have a parent who has opened a very interesting ‘discussion thread’. Read on to know what her concern is and how other parents feel about the subject:

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