GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA – August 18, 2021 – In Blossom and Bloom, bestselling author and OBGYN Dr. Cecilia helps daughters and their parents communicate more openly about the journey from puberty to womanhood. This easy go-to guidebook facilitates a factual and timely conversation between guardians/moms and their daughters about the female body while demystifying myths and increasing confidence in making gynecological healthcare decisions.
“I believe if every step of the female growth journey is properly prepared for with a factual knowledge base AND celebrated with practical and luxurious accessories, rather than being something whispered about like a mysterious secret, more women will feel comfortable, and find value, in their own bodies,” says Dr. Cecilia.
The topics covered in Blossom and Bloom, from body development and periods to the often-awkward conversations, guide parents of pubescent Blossoms to tackle these matters so that their daughters feel more confident asking questions and growing with their bodies. Written in friendly language bursting with fact-based information, Dr. Cecilia walks her readers through options for regulating menstrual periods, provides instructions for performing a home self-exam, and much more to ensure that teen girls and their parental figures are ready for the intriguing journey of puberty.
Blossom and Bloom is a much-needed tool for fostering communication during the most formative years of a girl’s life. “This journey is a miraculous and exciting one, one that is to be celebrated and not dreaded. Revel in it.”
Dr. Cecilia Banga, a board-certified OBGYN, aims to help daughters and their parents communicate more openly about the journey from puberty to womanhood. As a mother of two young daughters, Dr. Banga knows that adolescence is a critical period for girls to develop a sense of self. She wants to demystify puberty and increase confidence in making gynecologic healthcare decisions. Originally from Ghana in West Africa, Dr. Banga is an alumna of University of Oklahoma and of Oklahoma State University – Center for Health Sciences. She practices in Greensboro, North Carolina, where she lives with her family.
Published by Publish Your Gift®, Blossom and Bloom: Tips for Talking to Your Tween Daughter About Puberty is now available for purchase at www.drbangaobgyn.com.