Everybody's doing it: how to survive your teenagers' sex life (and help them survive it, too)

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Penguin Books, Apr 1, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 234 pages
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As it explores the real world issues of teen sexuality--the biological facts, social pressures, changing morality, and life-threatening dangers--this sensible, no-nonsense guide to coping with the questions, concerns, and realities of adolescent sex in the '90s provides practical, relevant advice for parents on how to keep the lines of communication open.

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According to the authors, over 70 percent of American teenagers are sexually active today. Despite this statistic, many parents choose to ignore their child's sexuality or attempt to control it with ... Read full review

Contents

NICE PARENTS TURN INTO SEX POLICE
1
HOW TEENS FEEL ABOUT LIFE AND LIBIDO
14
PARENTS GET THEIR TURN
31
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