Remember that, just like kernels of popcorn being popped, each individual has to “pop” at their own rate. Yet, if your teen seems to be experiencing delayed puberty, check in with your medical professional to ensure there are no physical concerns going on with your teen.

If your teen is the last to “bloom” in the bunch, remind them that everyone grows at their own rates. The important thing is that their body goes through the changes to become an adult, no matter when this change starts and ends.