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October 3rd, 2011, 01:35 PM
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how can i help my pre teen with her hormones? she very tearful and crying at the littlest things and she doesn't like it ofcourse. i had a talk tonight with her and explained why she feels this way and i said if she needs to talk i'm here and that if she feels it coming to take a few minutes out and calm down.
what i was wondering is if theres anything i can give her to ease her hormones for her? i've already thought of peppermint tea which has eased my hormones and i have read about calicum supperment. is there any other tips please thank you.
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October 13th, 2011, 11:44 AM
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I have found that talking to the teens is the most effective thing. Letting them know that you are there to support them goes a long way. If you want to look at other options for calming, then I would suggest aromatherapy. While I know this says to calm anger, I would suggest looking up different scents for aromatherapy for the exact needs. You can find ideas at How to Use Aromatherapy to Calm an Angry Teen | eHow.com Hope this helps some and keep us posted on how your DD is doing.
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November 21st, 2011, 06:25 PM
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The best thing for you to do is just be a mom and always be there for her for support. It's great that you've already talked to her about it and let her know what she's going through. Everyone goes through it, the best thing is to let her know that it's okay to let it out whenever she needs to and that you're always there for her.
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