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How should I tell my parents I got my period?

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First of all – don't be nervous! It's totally natural for you to have your period and who you choose to tell will understand. Depending on who your guardians are, you could choose to tell just one or both, or all of them! Whoever you choose to tell, make sure you do it at a time and in a place where YOU feel most comfortable. You could tell them verbally (either face-to-face, or on the phone), you could also tell them through text, or even write them a letter! If you want to be subtle…and maybe a little funny…just write that you need some period products on the grocery list. Once you get past the first time telling them, it will hopefully feel more normal to talk about your period moving forward!

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