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Are my Teens Mood Swings Normal?

It's quite common for teenagers to experience mood swings, as their bodies and brains undergo significant changes during this stage of development. However, if your teen's moodiness seems excessive or is interfering with their daily life, it may be worth exploring additional support options.

One approach is to encourage open communication with your teen, allowing them to express their feelings in a safe and non-judgmental space. This can help them feel heard and understood, while also giving you insight into what may be triggering their moodiness.

It's also important to prioritise self-care for both you and your teen. This can include regular exercise, healthy eating habits, and adequate sleep. Additionally, engaging in activities that bring joy and relaxation, such as meditation or spending time in nature, can help reduce stress and improve overall mood.

If you're concerned about your teen's moodiness or are unsure about how to best support them, consider reaching out to a professional for guidance. They can work with you and your teen to develop a personalised plan for managing emotions

and improving overall well-being.

Sometimes your teen just needs someone to talk to - or to hear things

from someone else!

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