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I'm not the Mom of a teen (yet lol), but my 10 year old
son has already started puberty & I'm not really sure
what to expect. I know his body will change, but should
I be prepared for moodiness & defiance? I have noticed
that he talks a lot about girls & that SCARES me!!!!!!!!
I think each child goes through it differently. My son started puberty 11-12 and it's not something that happens over night or happens fast so you will most likely see many changes over the next couple of years. If he's already showing an interest in girls I would talk to him so he has some understanding to why and what he's feeling.
Mine has already started puberty. I did have a bit of "the talk" with him. The other night I finally got to meet his GF that he has had since last October. I didn't find out about her until this spring. They act more like friends, but do the hand holding like BF and GF. That's the only thing I have dealt with though.
i might think this kid should be natural, their is nothing to worry about it, if the kid seems to be at this, the parent should take care as their friend, so the child is outspoken any issue they feel about their girl friends or any thing else, they can be able to speak to their parent, it will be better if we think in their context and handling them maturely without panicking them, some times we as parent over react which is not good for them, have some good friendly relation can help us to find out what they feel.