Talking to Your Child

Help them understand what's happening
You can help during a time of confusion by talking and listening to your child. Download Grady Bear, a children's book designed to help parents like you explain central precocious puberty (CPP) and its effects to their child in easy-to-understand language. Encouraging your child to speak openly is equally important. Listening can help them express their worries and confusion and reinforce that they are not alone.
Central precocius puberty (CPP) is a rare condition in which your child's body matures sooner than expected (before age 8 in girls and before age 9 in boys). As a result, your child may feel different. Encouraging your child to be open about his or her feelings can help make this time much easier to cope with.
Remember, you are your child's most trusted source of comfort and guidance. It may help to offer reassurance that they're still your little child and that there are treatment options that may help slow down their body from growing up too fast.
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