Help Your Kids with Adolescence (Paperback)
A No-Nonsense Guide to Puberty and the Teenage Years
DK, 9781465461841, 256pp.
Publication Date: July 4, 2017
Your guide to answering your kid's awkward questions about growing up, from cyberbullying to eating disorders to sex.
Help your child navigate the tricky and difficult changes of puberty with this straightforward guide. With age-appropriate text and an innovative visual approach, Help Your Kids with Adolescence provides clear explanations to the major changes happening to their bodies.
Find the answers to the difficult and uncomfortable situations of youth. Share how to deal with peer pressure around drugs and alcohol, encourage online safety, manage test and school anxieties, and have a frank conversation about periods. Learn what gender identity means, talk about bisexuality and homosexuality, and discuss safe sex with important information that will help teens make better decisions. Help Your Kids with Adolescence will guide both sides of the conversation so that a healthy and clear discussion happens and questions are answered without judgement.
With consultant sex educator Dr. Karen Rayne, Help Your Kids with Adolescence is the essential guide for both parents and children during the challenging, confusing years of puberty and helps everyone foster your child's emotional well-being through understanding and openness.
About the Author
US Consultant Dr. Karen Rayne provides advice and support to parents on how to educate their children and teenagers about sex and sexuality. Karen's knowledge about adolescent development and education provides her with a solid background for guiding parents through these tricky conversations. She also moonlights as a sex educator for children and adults. Recently, she authored Breaking the Hush Factor: Ten Rules for Talking with Teenagers about Sex. She lives in Austin, TX.
Praise For Help Your Kids with Adolescence: A No-Nonsense Guide to Puberty and the Teenage Years…
"Every page of the book… creates a welcoming and familiar atmosphere for learning about a potentially intimidating subject." — GeekDad