The physical changes that occur during puberty enable your body to reproduce. They also have a dramatic effect on your looks, they way you feel, and how you relate to other people. This book explains all these changes, showing that they are normal and helping you to understand the many feelings you may have about becoming an adult.
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Looking After Yourself
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