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  • Puberty is a time of great change for a young person and their parents.
  • You can help your child by being informed, providing reassurance, role-modelling body acceptance and a healthy lifestyle, and respecting your young person’s need for more privacy.
  • Take practical steps to support your young person through their bodily changes.
  • Look after your own needs too. Talking to professionals or friends and family may help.

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Reviewed on: 24-02-2022