Adults often tell teens that their feelings are at full blast because of "hormones." This usually doesn't go over very well, plus it's probably inaccurate. Despite the obvious coincidence between the beginnings of puberty – with its acne, growth spurts, and dawning smelliness – and the intensification of your daughter's emotions, research suggests that the impact of pubertal hormones on teenagers' moods is indirect, at best.
In fact, studies find that hormones respond to, or may even be trumped by, other factors that influence your daughter's mood, such as stressful events or the quality of her relationship with you.
In other words, the changes in your daughter's brain and the events that occur around her are more likely to shape her mood than the hormonal shifts occurring inside of her.
Here's the bottom line: What your daughter broadcasts matches what she actually experiences. Really, it's just that intense, so take her feelings seriously, regardless of how overblown they might seem. Parents who are surprised by their daughter's dramatic ups and downs can lose sight of the fact that she is pretty shocked, too.
We are living in the 21st century and kids these days have all the freedom to do what they want with their lives.kifs all over are taking pics with friends and and up showing off just for fun to the public
Here some photos of high school girls pose ;
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