Talk about your feelings and experiences. You can break down shame, isolation, and loneliness, and build more connected relationships when you share your thoughts and feelings with trustworthy. Many of us have taken cues from our parents about how to talk — or not talk — about tough things, and sometimes those patterns can stunt us. But .
"Although adults may not be quite at the level of totalitarian regimes, kids have no or very little say in making the rules," Svitak joked. "When really the attitude should be reciprocal. Adults often underestimate kids abilities. Now we love a challenge, but when expectations are low, trust me, we will sink to them.". Growing up can be exciting, but challenging. Having an adult that you can trust and talk to about what you're thinking or feeling can be really helpful!
Some people do not get enough care and acceptance as children. Others are abused, violated, or mistreated. These things may lead to difficulty trusting . Trust is the foundation of all human connections, from chance encounters to friendships and intimate relationships. It governs all the interactions we have with each other.
Having at least one trusted adult they can talk to about sensitive topics, such as puberty, their feelings and growing up, really helps. Trusted adults can be parents, grandparents, other relatives, caregivers, teachers or coaches.