What Your Daughter Isn't Telling You: A Revealing Look at the Secret Reality of Your Teen Girl [NOOK Book]

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A Mother's Guide to Communicating with Her Teen Daughter

Many daughters are hesitant to share their deepest thoughts and questions with their moms for fear of being misunderstood or laughed at. Many moms don't know how to communicate with their teen daughters. Taken from real-life questions submitted by teen girls and by moms, this book guides moms through their daughters' tough teen years and covers broad topics such as communication, trust, ...
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What Your Daughter Isn't Telling You: A Revealing Look at the Secret Reality of Your Teen Girl

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Overview

A Mother's Guide to Communicating with Her Teen Daughter

Many daughters are hesitant to share their deepest thoughts and questions with their moms for fear of being misunderstood or laughed at. Many moms don't know how to communicate with their teen daughters. Taken from real-life questions submitted by teen girls and by moms, this book guides moms through their daughters' tough teen years and covers broad topics such as communication, trust, and overprotectiveness as well as more focused issues, including modesty, boys, and curfews. This repackaged edition includes a new chapter on social media.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781441260956
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 3/15/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 612,645
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Susie Shellenberger has written more than forty books and is in demand as an international speaker for teens. Susie lives in Colorado Springs and is creator and editor of Susie, a magazine for teen girls.


Kathy Gowler has counseled hundreds of teen girls, both in person and through her work with Brio magazine. Kathy and her husband, Jeff, live near Colorado Springs.
Susie Shellenberger was founding editor of Focus on the Family's Brio magazine for teen girls in 1990 and continued to serve as editor for more than two decades. A former youth pastor and a high school teacher, she has written more than 40 books, is in demand as an international speaker for women's groups and teens, and started the Brio Mother/Daughter Cruise for Focus on the Family. Susie lives in Colorado Springs and recently launched a new magazine for teen girls, Susie.
Kathy Gowler has been a contributing writer to Focus on the Family's Brio and Brio and Beyond magazines for teen girls and also a contributing author to Bloom: A Girl's Guide to Growing Up. Kathy has counseled hundreds of teen girls in person and by answering their email questions sent to Brio. Kathy and her husband, Jeff, are the parents of two adult children and live near Colorado Springs.
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  • Posted December 5, 2013

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    Hott Synopsis: Everywhere we look we see teenage girls with no s

    Hott Synopsis:
    Everywhere we look we see teenage girls with no self-esteem, too many eating disorders, and poor choices in friends. But are we taking time to look below the surface – time to talk to them long enough to determine the cause?
    I know, I know…. She knows she can come to you, right? That’s not the questions though, is it? It’s whether she will come to you.
    This book helps us not only to learn what’s really going on but also how to step back take a hard look at ourselves and our relationships with these girls that we love.

    Hott Review:
    This was a tremendously difficult book to read. It was very hard to step back and take a completely honest look at myself and the relationship I have with my daughter. It was also astonishingly difficult to see what’s really going on in their lives.
    I can’t say enough – and this point is also made in the book – that the thing that teens need most is just someone to listen to them. Find a teen and give them that non-judgmental ear that they so desperately need!!

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    Author: Susie Shellenberger, Kathy Gowler
    Source: Bethany House via Netgalley
    Grade: B+

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