Learning Difficulties in Teenage Girls
Learning difficulties in teenage girls can be very loosely defined as each young woman is different and unique. Therefore, their learning disabilities are unique. Do not think for a moment that your daughter will fail life because of a learning curve. In fact this is an opportunity to help your daughter discover her exclusive learning abilities to better her future. Re-Creation Retreat 385-414-8865 will assist you in answering the big questions; Should my daughter switch schools? Is she going to be this way for the rest of her life? Will counseling help?
Types of Learning Difficulties
- Tourettes syndrome
- Bipolar disorder
- Sexual distress (Puberty)
- Sleep disorders
- Personality disorder
- Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD)
- Self esteem issues
- Attachment issues
How to recognize symptoms
It’s important to look for noticeable changes in your daughters behavior, especially if something particularly traumatic has happened to her or to your family recently. Any form of loss can trigger effects un-acknowledge until weeks later. It’s often more difficult than you would believe for a teenage girl to open up about their feelings to adults when even she doesn’t understand those feelings, which is why you need to closely observe any changes.
Teenage girls are prone to excellence in emotional intelligence but sometimes these strong personalities are held back. It is key to monitor the simplest behavioral changes of your daughter. If you notice your child is more “clingy” than usual and she’s more anxious about your whereabouts when you’re out of her sight, or has begun to regress to an earlier age and returns to habits she had already outgrown, this may be a sign of increased insecurity. A sudden inability to concentrate on schoolwork, frequent outbursts of anger and prolonged periods of sadness or thoughts of suicide are other indications that a counselor may be necessary. A therapist can help shed light on these seemingly random acts to both your life and that of your daughter to help overcome learning difficulties.
How to approach the symptoms
In most cases it is necessary to advocate yourself, the parent, as the lead coach and therapist. Your daughter looks up to you and wants her abilities to be approved by her elders. This is difficult if you’re unwilling to learn with your child. To further understand the steps you need to take with your daughter, contact Re-Creation Retreat 385-414-8865