What smart teenagers know about dating relationships and sex
This comprehensive source for teenagers covers dating, relationships, and sex, and covers them well while weaving such themes as self-esteem, trust, mutual respect, thoughtful decision making, and communication throughout each chapter.
It'ss an excellent tool for parents, teachers, clergy, and health professionals to reach teens and prevent the problems parents dread.[url=https://®" is a 90-minute program designed to teach teens, young adults and college students about unhealthy and abusive relationships.The discussion guide takes participants through a combination of interactive exercises, guided discussions, text studies, and a short film that help them explore the dynamics of relationships, learn to recognize and respond to warning signs of an abusive relationship, and create action steps for raising awareness and working to end dating abuse.Then I managed to get every counselor in my school system (46 schools) to purchase one for every parenting and counseling library! You won't be disappointed--this book won't gather any dust on the bookshelf.The 4 books in my parenting and counseling library have already been checked out 27 times in only 6 weeks!If you decide to have sex, it's important that you know the facts about birth control, infections, and emotions.
Decisions of when to become sexually active, how to protect yourself from STIs, and how to prevent pregnancy are yours.
This book is the perfect way to talk about sex with teens in a honest, straight-forward and from the heart approach!
It helps parents remember how frustrating and anxious the whole dating scene is for teens.
Participants think critically about the messages and pressures around gender and the impact on dating and relationships.
One in three teens is a victim of physical, emotional, sexual or verbal abuse from a dating partner.
It helps teens put into words the tension that they experience--and realize that they aren't alone in these experiences.