C normal a 14 ans?
23 November 2014, 01:29 PM
Slt les gens !
G 14 ans ... en fevrier j'aurais 15 ans ..
Alors voici mon "probleme" g une voix vraiment grave et g deja une mousache avec une petite barbe et de petits pattes ... bref je me tond souvent (je rase jamais ) mais est-ce normal d'avoir tout sa a 14 ans ?
1 bon point : ma voix plait aux meuf ... voix d'un mec mature blablabla ...  
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Oui c'est normal ton corps mu et tes hormones masculines développent ta pilosité et rendent ta voix plus grave donc plus masculine,tu grandis simplement c'est ça être adolescent l'enfant se transforme afin de devenir petit à petit un homme mais tu as encore quelques années pour cela
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