Straight Talk For Teenage Girls

Straight Talk For Teenage Girls

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by Annette Fuson
     
 

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Straight Talk for Teenage Girls gives sensible ideas and information on subjects that all girls must face as they mature. The book gives girls a variety of answers to help them face pressures from friends, boys, and life. Teen girls need help in dealing with emotions, body changes, bad situations, friendships, and problems. Straight Talk gives not only simple,…  See more details below

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Straight Talk for Teenage Girls gives sensible ideas and information on subjects that all girls must face as they mature. The book gives girls a variety of answers to help them face pressures from friends, boys, and life. Teen girls need help in dealing with emotions, body changes, bad situations, friendships, and problems. Straight Talk gives not only simple, straight forward answers, but also ideas, telephone numbers, web sites, and things to say and do in all situations where girls feel threatened. It is a fast paced society today with parents and teens going every direction. Some teens have no one to help them with their questions, therefore Straight Talk For Teenage Girls.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781434373366
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
04/24/2008
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
977,731
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.34(d)
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

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Straight Talk for Teenage Girls 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was simple for my 14 year old daughter to understand. It gave great advice about her changing emotions that she is having at this time in her life. It helped answer questions that my daughter is starting to have about boys, also. I would recommend this book for any mother or teen age girl.
ApexReviews More than 1 year ago
Any parent of a teenage daughter is more than familiar with the everyday challenges confronting their child as she wends her way through the social and cultural landscape of modern society. From friendship to dating to educational aspirations, young girls are faced with a host of difficult choices to make regarding their lives, health, and spiritual and emotional well being. Without the presence of a strong, solid guide or role model to lead them, the unsuspecting teens can often suffer the consequences of traveling aimlessly down the wrong path. Which is exactly why author Annette Fuson crafted Straight Talk For Teenage Girls. Understanding the considerable challenges that young women face, Fuson offers a wide range of comprehensive advice, helpful suggestions, and general guidance to ease their transition through the most awkward times of their lives. Rather than supplant parental influence, though, Straight Talk is instead designed to be a supplementary resource, providing both parents and teens with answers to some of the most crucial questions that they often find the most difficult to ask. Touching on everything from relationships to puberty to sensible budgeting, Fuson's enlightening guidebook is rife with essential information that all teenage girls need as they make critical choices the effects of which will impact them for the rest of their lives. Straightforward, direct, and powerfully honest, Straight Talk For Teenage Girls is a much needed guide to turning naïve, innocent young girls into seasoned, mature young women. Highly recommended. Dominique Sessons Apex Reviews
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is a wonderful and helpful guide for a teen's daily life struggles. The book offers advice on how to deal with parents, boyfriends,pregnancy, and how to cope with mistakes. It helps you learn what is best for YOU. I encourage every teen to read this book. It also includes quizes and questions submitted from real teens. 'Straight Talk for Teenage Girls' is a definite slam dunk!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I qpuld buycuz my parents havent explained asingle thing xept perioda and not showind someof ur body parts to boys but its money so canti buy