Body odor can be intense during the teen years. But what do you do if your child seems blissfully unaware or uninterested in dealing with the fact that he or she smells? Or, even worse, what do you do if it isn’t your own child, but their friend or peer who has the problem? Do you talk with the child? Approach the parent? Keep reading this week’s Parenthetical post for some ideas for addressing these “stinky” situations.
Why do some kids seem resistant to dealing with the problem of body odor?
Most adults do not remember the specifics of their transition to puberty. What may seem obvious in hindsight is often a gradual, confusing, and not always welcome process. While some young […]