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Teenagers Explained: A Manual for Parents by Teenagers

Teenagers Explained: A Manual for Parents by Teenagers

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Teenagers Megan and Louise reveal what your teen's thinking! If you're a parent and can't quite remember what it's like to be a spotty teen with raging hormones and you feel like this generation of 'yoofs' is like a different species, then Teenagers Explained is just what you're looking for! Teenagers Megan and Louise dish the dirt on what they and many other teens really think about life; from school and social networking to sex and drugs, so that you know what's really going on (stuff they may be too embarrassed to talk to you about). They also include loads of tips and advice including how to: * Understand your teenager and improve communication * Deal with low self-esteem and issues with confidence * Cope with rebellious behaviour * Talking to your teen, including the S-E-X talk with minimal embarrassment Unlike other parenting books written by 'grown ups' Teenagers Explained is a genuinely engaging, interesting and insightful read - written by the true experts, the teens themselves.

Health & WellbeingAdvice on the stages of lifeParentingChild care & upbringing Publisher: Crimson Publishing Publication Date: 02/04/2012 ISBN-13: 9781905410712  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Teenagers Megan Lovegrove and Louise Bedwell from Nonsuch High School for Girls in Epsom took part in our writing competition and won the book deal to write How Teenagers Think. Also includes contributions from other teenagers ranging from 12-18 years old.

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