Esteem of teenage boys is boosted by puberty

The esteem of teenage boys is boosted by puberty but that of girls is lowered, according to researchers at the University of Sydney. They believe the self-esteem of girls is affected by the normal weight and fat gain which accompanies their first menstrual period.

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