Spring Break, Confidence, and Raising a Teenage Daughter

Spring Break, Confidence, and Raising a Teenage Daughter
Makeba Giles

Makeba Giles

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I have always seen spring break as a great opportunity to catch up on spending quality time with my kids. I love taking them out one-on-one for some individual time and attention. Not only is it a wonderful way to reconnect, I also use the time to give them advice and answers on the happenings in their lives.

My latest ‘mom and daughter day out’ with my teenage daughter during spring break was a huge success! We went out for lunch, and spent the rest of the day at the park. We walked, talked about life, and simply enjoyed each other’s company.

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In our talk, the topic of ‘girl stuff’ (as she calls it) came up. My daughter revealed to me that she wanted a way to feel more confident and comfortable on the days that she is on her period. She told me that those are the days when she feels sad and tries to distance herself from her friends because she feels so insecure.

It really hit me to my core to hear her say that! However, as a mom, I had noticed the difference in her confidence level during her cycle – even when she’s at home. In fact, it was one of the topics that I was going to talk to her about, and I was glad that she brought it up first! Fortunately, I came prepared with some advice for her, as well as something else that I knew would help.

I comforted my teen daughter, and let her know that feeling a little loss of confidence during a period is something that is totally normal and natural. I reassured her that every girl – and woman – feels that way from time to time. However, the best way to resolve it is to have products that give ultimate security and protection – that way, you can feel your very best every single day. That is when I told her about Always Infinity pads.

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Spring Break, Confidence, and Raising a Teenage Daughter

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Being that this is my second go at raising a teenage daughter, I know all about the importance of feeling self-confident and comfortable during a period – especially while at school and with friends. I am so glad that she felt comfortable enough for us to talk about it, and I am also glad that products have come a long way since the days that I was in school! I am glad to know that my teenage daughter has me in her corner to love and support her, and great products like Always Infinity pads to keep her feeling assured about herself, and completely confident during her journey into womanhood.

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