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Puberty Survival Guide!
Transcript of Puberty Survival Guide!
Puberty Seriously Changes you...
The Different Changes in out Bodies
Body Image and Self Esteem!
You may also begin having strong
for the opposite sex. Don't worry, this is completely normal! You might start this at a earlier, younger age. Or you might even not feel feelings for anyone at all. Young girls develop crushes for rock stars, teachers, friends older brother. It might feel weird
at the time, but don't worry this is still normal! If you devlope love for someone your own age, who you know, it may start to be creep in. You may experience the
of you feelings rejected, but soon or later, you realize that he isn't the person for you!
When it comes to socializing, things can get difficult. This usually means that you tend to lose a lot of
. Here is some advise from the book 100% Me "When it comes to attracting the opposite sex, it's important to have a healthy self esteem than big breasts. No one is ever going to look like Barbie, or the air brushed models in magazines, so learn to love who you are" If someone doesn't like you for who you are, then move on, its no point trying, if this person is not interested in you. Be yourself, it will be much more easier to attract both
Friday, March 14, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Getting to know Puberty..
Puberty Survival Guide!
, becoming a woman, growing up, reaching
Puberty is when your emotions and physical body change from a girl to a woman. The changes happen because of
produced by the
You can expect this change when you are between nine and thirteen, but many start younger or a lot older than that. There's nothing wrong if yours happen earlier or later. So don't expect to develop exactly the same speed as your mates. When your body is ready to begin puberty, your
(a pea-shaped gland located at the bottom of your brain) releases special
. Depending on whether you're a boy or a girl, these hormones go to work on your skin,
(reproductive organs) and hair. It also affects your
and moods. So, this little presentation will let you understand puberty, and will help you go through the changes, and will keep you prepared.
Hormones that were
suddenly awaken and signal your body to enter puberty. You might think this doesn't mean a lot, but hormones cause the changes that are
with puberty. It can start as early as 8 years of age to as late as 13 years of age. The sequence of puberty – from
– may take a year and a half or last as long as 6 years. You may have heard that girls mature more quickly than guys, and that is somewhat true, since girls usually enter puberty about 2 years earlier than boys. Below is a general time line for physical changes that occur during puberty (for girls):
Puberty Event Age at which it happens
Growth of breasts 8-13
Growth of P
Body Growth 9 1/2-14 1/2
First Period 10-16 1/2
Underarm Hair 2 years after pubic hair shows up
Around the same time as underarm hair
1. Comfort. Make sure you feel comfortable with your body and the idea of growing up.
2. Communication. Communicate with any adult and they will tell you what to do when.
3. Knowledge. Make sure you understand how and why everything works.
Hope these tips were helpful! Make sure to always inform a trusted adult of any situations.
- Starting at around age 9, girls begin to gain about 17% to 18% of their adult height. Most girls grow fastest about six months before they start their first
- On average, boys begin going through puberty a little later than girls, usually around age 11 or 12.
- Bras are more than just underwear, they are necessary to keep your breasts supported and to stop injury to the breast tissue while playing sports.
During puberty breasts can develop quickly causing discomfort, sensitivity and even stretch marks
Table of Contents:
2. Where is all begins...
3. Puberty Seriously changes you!!
4. Emotional Changes
5. Social Changes
6. Physical Changes
7. Making good Choices
8. My Top Tips
9. Boys Puberty
10. Jokes and Embarrassing moments!
13. Fun Facts
Most boys begin when they’re around 13 or 14 years old, but some start earlier and some later. When boys have their growths spurt, the tend to grow faster than usual, and gain weight.
Weight: 6.5 lb/y
We all grow and change at different rates, and there’s nothing you can do to make it happen sooner or later. Your body will change when it’s ready.
So you should always be prepared.
Jokes & Embarrsing Moments
Q: What’s the difference between a water bottle and puberty?
A: A water bottle has already hit Justin Bieber
When you can’t control being moods.
What are you angry about? Who cares? All that matters is that nobody understands you, and you have a raging boner.
A little girl goes to the barber shop with her father.
She stands next to the barber chair, while her dad gets his hair cut, eating a snack cake.
The barber says to her, "Sweetheart, you're gonna get hair on your Twinkie."
She says, "Yes, I know, and I'm gonna get boobs too."
Where is all begins...
Your pituitary gland, located beneath the front of your brain, starts puberty. Your pituitary gland sends to two other glands - your ovaries- telling them to make a special chemical, or a hormone called
. Estrogen is the main female hormone that triggers most of the changes you'll see and feel. Boys have a different hormone,
, that causes most of their changes!
- the period during your life in which adolescents reach sexual maturity and become capable of reproduction.
- the period following the onset of puberty during which a young person develops from a child into an adult.
- Sexual maturity is the age or stage when an organism can reproduce
- a hormone, such as estrogen or testosterone, affecting sexual development or reproduction.
- a female reproductive organ in which ova or eggs are produced, present in humans and other vertebrates as a pair.
- the major endocrine gland. A pea-sized body attached to the base of the brain, the pituitary is important in controlling growth and development and the functioning of the other endocrine glands
- a regulatory substance produced in an organism and transported in tissue fluids such as blood or sap to stimulate specific cells or tissues into action.
Sex organs -
A sex organ or primary sexual characteristic, as narrowly defined, is any anatomical part of the body involved in sexual reproduction
a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.
Self esteem -
confidence in one's own worth or abilities; self-respect.
Physical maturation -
the period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped
Public hair - is the hair in the frontal genital area of adolescent and adult humans, located on and around the sex organs
the occurrence of inflamed or infected sebaceous glands in the skin; in particular, a condition characterized by red pimples on the face,
any of a group of steroid hormones that promote the development and maintenance of female characteristics of the body
a steroid hormone that stimulates development of male secondary sexual characteristics, produced mainly in the testes,
As you get older, there will be many decisions that you will need to make to ensure that you stay healthy. Eating right, exercising, and getting enough rest are important during puberty because your body is going through many changes. It's also important to feel good about yourself and the decisions you make. Whenever you have questions about your health or your feelings, don't be afraid to share them with your parents.
Making Good Choices