100 Questions You'd Never Ask Your Parentsby Elisabeth J Henderson
100 Questions You'd NEVER Ask Your Parents answers these and ninety-five other daunting questions that face teenagers everyday. Addressing the most sensitive of subjects in a real voice and
What does an orgasm feel like? Does alcohol really kill brain cells? Is it normal to get an erection for no reason at all? Is smoking safe if I don't inhale? What is the G-spot?
100 Questions You'd NEVER Ask Your Parents answers these and ninety-five other daunting questions that face teenagers everyday. Addressing the most sensitive of subjects in a real voice and a nonjudgmental manner, 100 QUESTIONS communicates the knowledge that every teen wants to know and no teen wants to ask. It imparts factually sound answers in an exciting and fun manner, intending to remove both the mystery and the stigma from such unmentionable topics.
"100 QUESTIONS was written collaboratively by a doctor and a teacher. Dr. Nancy Armstrong has been practicing medicine as an OB/GYN for over 30 years and has directed numerous seminars about health and sexuality. Elisabeth Henderson has worked with children and teens for over 15 years, teaching in both the public and private sectors. As an educator, she has been approached with all of the 100 Questions at one time or another throughout her career, and knows the challenge teens face in asking such difficult questions.
- Colevan International
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- Product dimensions:
- 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.46(d)
- Age Range:
- 1 - 18 Years
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A highly recommended addition to any parenting toolkit. I wish this book were around when I was a preteen. My parents were uncomfortable talking about 93 of these questions so this would've been an invaluable resource for me growing up. Let's face it: if parents are uncomfortable, in denial, or unapproachable, teens will get their information (often misinformation) from their peers. I now have this book readily accessible for topics that come up with my young son. The objective, realistic approach of this book works well with our parenting style and the concise but effective answers work well with our son.