What Teenage Girls Don't Tell Their ParentseBook - 2011
As a parent, you know that your 'child' is not just another teenager, struggling to grow up. She is your daughter. That in itself makes her the most unique and important teenager in the world. But when your sweet little girl suddenly stops talking, won't do anything you tell her to do, and starts dressing like she stepped out of a celebrity magazine, you start wondering what went wrong. Michelle Mitchell has spent the last 10 years day-in, day-out, listening and talking with teenage girls about their lives, loves, hates, and hopes. In this book, she reveals that it's what your daughter isn't telling you rather than what she does tell you that matters the most. Featuring an engaging and fresh voice, this book is full of straightforward advice in a complicated world. Its honesty, reality, and practicality is ably illustrated by the many real anecdotes from teenagers themselves about their hectic everyday lives.
Publisher: [United States] : Australian Academic Press : Made available through hoopla, 2011
Characteristics: 1 online resource