All That She Can Be: Helping Your Daughter Achieve Her Full Potential and Maintain Her Self-Esteem During the Critical Years of Adolescence

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Simon and Schuster, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 252 pages
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An eminent therapist explains a wide range of adolescent behavior, from girls who develop early to "late bloomers", and advises parents on how they can help their daughters overcome the trials of the teen years and learn where to get help.

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All that she can be: helping your daughter achieve her full potential and maintain her self-esteem during the critical years of adolescence

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Monumental emotional and physical changes occur during the early adolescent years, especially in females. Eagle, an eminent therapist, explains how parents can help their daughters through the ... Read full review

Contents

IS YOUR DAUGHTER AT RISK?
13
STILL ANGRY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS?
32
HER CHANGING BODY
46
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About the author (1993)

Ralph Felder, M.D., Ph.D., popularly known as "Dr. Chef," is the section chief for cardiovascular nutrition, cardiology fellowship program at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix. He has appeared on numerous national and local television and radio shows. Carol Colman is a health writer who collaborated on the bestsellers Curves (with Gary Heavin) and "The Melatonin Miracle" (with Walter Pierpaoli).

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