Promise You Won't Freak Out: A Teenager Tells Her Mother the Truth about Boys, Booze, Body Piercing, and Other Touchy Topics (and Mom Responds)

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Berkley Books, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 237 pages
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In this honest and insightful she said/she said guide, sixteen-year-old Natalie Fuller tells all about her adventures and misadventures from ages thirteen through sixteen. Her brother, Greg, fills in on the later teen years. And Doris, the questioning, caring (and occasionally shell-shocked) mom offers her take on such mildly eye-opening and downright life-threatening topics as...

alcohol and other drugs * sex and dating * school * appearances * partying * stealing * obsessions * secrets * lying

Promise You Won't Freak Out gives parents a complete picture of how teens really think, feel, and act. And it gives kids a better understanding of why this picture freaks their parents out. For both, it offers some very helpful information-and an inspiring example of successful parent/teen communication.

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About the author (2004)

Doris A. Fuller is a journalist and former high school and college teacher. She is the co-author of A Woman's Guide to a Simpler Life.

Natalie Fuller is a typical sixteen-year-old who likes writing, shopping, boys, movies, cooking, watching reality TV shows, painting, and well, boys.

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