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Sexual development during puberty

You have probably noticed that you body undergone certain changes. It is important to know that all that is happening with you are absolutely normal.
Actually there are no definitive age, when changes with your body start. Basically the age, when puberty changes start can range from 8 to 14 years. You can experience various feelings like embarrassment and uneasiness with your breasts filling out or pubic hair growing.

Starting too early or too late
Some start thinking that they started too early. There can be a case that you feel awkward because your sexual development seems to be too fast in comparison with most girls or boys. You should remember that we are all individuals and so are our bodies. Every organism has its own “right time” to get things working. If you body is developing too slowly it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have health problems. In fact, the time your body develops, depends on a number of reasons. Dealing with the others can be a problem as you may see everything quite differently. The problem is that you may think as if others pay too much attention to your persona because of your early or late development. That is not quite true, even if your parents do make a fuss about your body changes they are simply caring about you and want to help you overcome this period easily.

Dealing with the body changes
Many youngsters are not comfortable with their body out of the fear to be teased or laughed at. Girls try to hide their breasts under loose clothes not to show their “developed body”. Another extreme measure teens tend to take is weight loss. Thinking that their body will change somehow may seem quite ridiculous, though it’s not often obvious for a girl that is embarrassed with her butt. If you come to practice diets or hiding your body, you are on the wrong way. Changes that happen with your body are natural and inevitable and no matter what diets you are going on or work out, your breasts and hips will stay the way they are or you just do harm to your health. Anorexia is becoming a big thread nowadays and skinny girls starving from hunger are not fun at all. Otherwise boys, who think they have late development, begin to use such sex toys as penis pumps to enlarge their penis and therefore look more masculine. There is no need to say that sex toys is not a way out in this situation.

Of course, every youngster is going through the tough period dealing with the feelings and trying to accept their body changes. But that doesn’t mean you should cover it up or not love yourself. Here are some tips to help you overcome these difficulties.
• Take it easy when other people try to hurt you. There are a lot of people who feel awkward themselves and try to compensate their feelings of insecurity under hearty or cheeky manner. In fact almost everyone is more or less concerned with his or her body, mental abilities, their impression on other people, that’s why there is no need to waste your time on negative reaction.
• Ask for advice people you trust the most. Don’t think that such information will be a shock, as your parents and older friends went through these changes themselves and can give you much support when you need it. If you have close friends try to share your feelings as nobody could understand them better than your friend.
• Be self-confident in any situation. Frequently, people try to hurt someone they think of as weaker and less sure. A person who is sure of himself can even say he uses sex toys and he won’t be probably laughed at if you possess a good deal of self-assurance.

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