Everygirl

Everygirl

Book - 2003 | 4th ed
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Concurrently with her physical development, a teenage woman's opinions and attitudes develop and change as the years pass. She moves from being a girl, dependant on her parents for support and nourishment, to a relatively or completely independent woman. For some, this transition is easy, butfor others, it is a period of apparent conflict, anger, and anxiety as the teenager and her parents find that their relationship is changing.Providing a reassuring advice about the mysteries and problems of growing up. Covering current personal and social issues that concern young women.
Publisher: Oxford University Press,� Melbourne : 2003
Edition: 4th ed
ISBN: 9780195516661
0195516664
Branch Call Number: YNF 612.6 LLEW
Characteristics: 282 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Abraham, Suzanne

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