Are you wondering what is the best way for helping your lonely teenage daughter? I had a daughter who was a real introvert and hardly ever left her room. by applying the principles in this article she slowly made progress and is not much more outgoing, you would not think she was the same girl. here are my top tips for those thinking of helping lonely teenage daughter.
Club - Sometimes it is best to throw someone in at the deep end. As a parent this is your choice. She might be feeling lonely and thinking that she does not have anyone in the world that cares about her. Why not ask her what she would like to learn and find a local club full of similarly minded people who teach that. There is no better cure for loneliness than finding people who are like you and a lot of them!
Listen to her - Maybe she is feeling lonely because she feels like nobody in the house understands her. Try talking to her about things as if you were a friend and do not come from the point of view of "I'm the parent, I'm in charge here". When she is talking try your best not to be formulating your answer in your head as you will miss what she is saying.
Unconditional Love - Yes, I know you love your teenage daughter unconditionally but do you take the time to show her this every single day. It is easy to say something, it is actions that are the currency of relationships. Show her unconditional love by doing little things for her like bringing her breakfast in bed or asking her what she wants the family to eat tonight. She may not say that she appreciates it but inside she will be feeling more and more loved each day and that is what matters in the end isn't it?