What Your Mother Never Told You by Richard M. Dudum
A Survival Guide for Teenage Girls

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What Your Mother Never Told You: A Survival Guide for Teenage Girls goes where no other book for teenagers has dared go—to the heart of questions our daughters are asking and really, really want answered.

Nothing is left unsaid in What Your Mother Never Told You. Richard Dudum does not shy away from touchy subjects. He delves into deep issues and addresses them bluntly, including teen sensitive current issues involving social networking Web sites like Facebook, email and the Internet.

Topics include drinking at a party, how to get up and leave before it's too late, how to deal with manipulative boys, and how to avoid the wrong place and wrong time. There are also chapters to help teens better understand and communicate with their parents. Teens will find effective tools, strategies, and even role-plays, providing commonsense advice in language that they can understand and instantly apply.

With this book, "Richard Dudum says the girls will anticipate and avoid people, places and situations that could put them in harm’s way" by emphasizing two themes: the importance of self-respect, and having effective communication skills.

What Your Mother Never Told You provides answers to help teens decide "who they are and who they are not," and guide them to make more informed and thoughtful decisions.

What Your Mother Never Told You’ offers clear-sighted perspective and no-nonsense self-help advice from a father with the ability to convey tough love in a kind and supportive manner.

About Richard M. Dudum

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Published November 15, 2007 by Island Publishing. 264 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Education & Reference.

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