Straight Talk for Teenage Girls

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Author House, Apr 24, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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Straight Talk for Teenage Girls gives sensible ideas and information on subjects that all girls must face as they mature. The book gives girls a variety of answers to help them face pressures from friends, boys, and life. Teen girls need help in dealing with emotions, body changes, bad situations, friendships, and problems. Straight Talk gives not only simple, straight forward answers, but also ideas, telephone numbers, web sites, and things to say and do in all situations where girls feel threatened. It is a fast paced society today with parents and teens going every direction. Some teens have no one to help them with their questions, therefore Straight Talk For Teenage Girls.

 

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About the author (2008)

Annette Fuson has been teaching teenage girls for over twenty years in areas that affected them as they went through the troubling teens. The classes and discussions were lively and positive. The girls needed information, ideas, encouragement and sensible answers to what was bothering them: handling emotions, building boy and girl friendships, boys lines and pressures, getting out of bad situations, understanding sex, and building goals. She used this knowledge and experience to develop Straight Talk for Teenage Girls. Her B. A. and M.A. degrees are from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. She now resides in Belton, Texas. She is married and has one daughter and one granddaughter.

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