Teenage Survival Manual: How to Reach 20 in One Piece (and Enjoy Every Step of the Journey)

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Halo Books, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 235 pages
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Teenage Survival Manual is written for teenagers. With the increasing freedom of the teen years comes the responsibility to begin acting like an adult, and this book will see them through the "seven years of heaven and hell", as one of the chapters is titled. Teens will learn about being in charge of their own minds and bodies, winning and losing, good and evil, problems and solutions, and -- perhaps most important -- why parents act the way they do. Included is valuable, non-judgmental information about self-identity and sexual orientation, drinking and other thrill-seeking behaviors, and excellent advice on learning to see both sides of an issue.

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Authors Preface
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GETTING YOUR ACT TOGETHER
29
HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU KNOW?
47
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Coombs co-founded a self-realization center for young adults and video theater teen workshops. He speaks to youth groups, parenting organizations and senior councils.

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